Annabella Lemos Cernaz (Valle del Cuaca, Colombia)
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Day by day, as they spent much time together in the temple, they broke bread at home and ate their food with glad and generous hearts. - Acts 2:46 (NRSV)
In our culture, we celebrate the end of the year with a New Year’s Eve party with our friends. We always have an array of food and enjoy music, dancing, and friendly conversation.
About three years ago, I joined a Christian church. We celebrate our year-end gatherings differently now. A...
Today I will tell others of my abiding hope in God.
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