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Conversation CorRection Patrol

This is part one of a two part article series: My mother always told me that if I didn’t have anything nice to say, I shouldn’t say anything at all.  It seems that communication over the internet means you don’t need to look your victim, er, Facebook Friend in the eye.  Folks don’t seem to make it a point to be as uplifting and gracious as they are when face-to-face.  As I navigate the Information Super Highway, I often reflect upon this scripture, “Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers.” Ephesians 4:29 A while ago, I had a little situation...

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Wright the Wrongs

"Wright" the Wrongs in this paragraph. How many grammar/spelling mistakes can you find? Their once was a lady who would only ware purple.  She had many clothings, but they just hang in the clause it because they where grean or reed.  One day, she decided to die them all violent so she wood be able two ware then.  Little by little, dipped them all in the purple buck it until all of then where the proper color.  She wasn't happy until every dress and skirt, every pare of pants and shorts, and every socks and shews were purple.  Finally, she even died her hare purple!  And she lived appley every after. This is a great exercise for your children as...

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