Through the years, I found that few Africans need convincing that the spirit world lives and thrives. Regularly running head-long into curse-induced afflictions and other displays of dark powers, thousands across the continent had broken the spell. Radical deliverance comes to yet others through faith in Christ, their healer.
Already this year seems to be going so quick, and before you know it Spring will be here! Many of you reached out to me about how well the Okmulgee Young Professional’s (OYP) roll-off dumpsters project went in November, and I keep getting asked when we’ll do it again - well, we’re getting close! I’m hoping to have it off the ground and offered for each weekend in March.
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I have dear friends, one of whom has been diagnosed with untreatable cancer. The doctors told him to go home and maximize his quality of life. The first step he took was to completely cut us out.
Over the past four and one-half years that I have been the chief executive officer of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA), I have heard tragic stories regarding child abuse and neglect.
Tilapia may not be the best option for fish when it comes to getting your omegas, but it is a fairly cheap option with a mild flavor that’s easy to cook. Tilapia is a freshwater fish from the cichlid family originally found in the Nile River. It is also the oldest recorded fish to be farmed with records dating from around 2,500 years ago. There are even some who believe tilapia is the fish Jesus used to feed the masses at the Sea of Galilee. Today, it is one of the most farmed fish in the world with over one billion pounds of tilapia farmed each year.