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Posted On Sep 28 2017 by

# The Apostle Paul wrote much of the New Testament, including the letters to the Galatians, Ephesians, and Philippians. Though these books are relatively short, they contain a wealth of wisdom for living as Christ-followers in a fallen world. Read through these three books in a row, though, and you ll gain even more as you see a bigger picture emerge. Paul exhorts and encourages the early believers while clarifying central beliefs and practices. His words still resonate today. In this special pack, you ll receive three studies that cover a total of 13 sessions: Galatians: The Essence of Being …


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Posted On Sep 26 2017 by

# In the early 17th century, French traders began to use Huron (or Wyandot) middlemen to trade with the Native peoples in the Great Lakes region. Native people belonged to several “ethnic” groups. The members of an ethnic group (for example Ojibwa or Menominee) spoke the same language and shared a common history and identity, but did not all live in the same community or recognize the same leaders. What did European mapmakers know? (Click on photo for caption) The French came for furs, especially beaver pelts used to make felt hats. The French succeeded because they adopted the technology …