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TRUE COLORS, Part 4

By Doe West [Note from Kathie: this is post 4 in a four part series  by Dr. Doe West,  award-winning psychologist and pastor. In response to the October 2006 mass shooting at the West Nickel Mines School in the Old … Continue reading

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TRUE COLORS, Part 3

by Doe West  [Note from Kathie: this is post 3 in a four part series  by Dr. Doe West,  award-winning psychologist and pastor. THIS I CAN PROVE: Trees actually begin to show their true colors in autumn. Here’s why: The four … Continue reading

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TRUE COLORS, Part 2

by Doe West [note from Kathie: this is post 2 in a four part series  by Dr, Doe West, award-winning psychologist and pastor. ] At times like this [in the wake of the latest mass killing], we,  Christians and others, … Continue reading

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TRUE COLORS, Part 1

By Doe West Note from Kathie: Dr. Doe West, member of the Engaging Peace Board of Directors, Psychologist, and Counselor, is also a pastor.  The next few posts will focus on her sermon on Sunday October 8, 2017, a week … Continue reading

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