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Mike Wisbrock replied to StaggerLee's discussion An Ignorant Man's Prayer Question in the group Christian Men
"In the United Metodist tradition, the only prescribed prayer is the Lord's Prayer, considered the perfect prayer. We use the "trespasses" version, KJV, don't you know, but I am aware of other Methodist parishes that use…"
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John Cole left a comment for Brad Thompson
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StaggerLee added a discussion to the group Christian Men
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An Ignorant Man's Prayer Question

I am faced with the task of facilitating a discussion on daily prayer. Being Catholic, I have a lot of prayer traditions I can point out (such as the Rosary, Novenas, Morning and Evening reflections, Lectio Divina, and so on). The target group is Catholic but I can't guarantee they'll be the sole participants. Regardless, I would like to go a bit beyond the Catholic set and at least mention what daily prayer looks like in other faith traditions simply because I think it important and…See More
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Thomas Patrick posted a discussion

Rules of thumb for matching a hat?

I've looked around and cant find a definite answer, so how do you guys match your hats to your clothes. It seems many men just pick one similar to the color of their suit but not always.
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Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Chu Kim's discussion Productive Things to Do While Commuting to Work
"I bet they are worse in England!"
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Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Chu Kim's discussion Productive Things to Do While Commuting to Work
"I live in the UK so we have incredibly strict laws on using a mobile whilst driving, which I agree with. My commute is about 15 minutes and I like to use it to do nothing at all except drive. Its my time to think about whatever without any…"
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Josh100LuBu replied to Josh100LuBu's discussion Creating my own brand of supplements
"Please tell me what you know, anything will help. "
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Cthulhu's Revenge replied to Josh100LuBu's discussion Creating my own brand of supplements
"A friend of mine has just set up a supplement company he has. If you're serious Ill let you know about his pitfalls\successes so I will... not that I know anything about start ups"
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