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Overcoming the Odds

6 JuneJuly2017 ReportingArticle GagneSpecial Report

GROWING UP in Ontario, Canada, Priscilla Gagné had to fight for what she wanted. She loved to run and play like the other kids, but being vision impaired hindered her. In gym class, her activities were restricted. While playing tag, a game of running until you're tagged by another player, well-meaning adults cautioned Priscilla to be careful or slow down. "Ah! Forget about it," she'd say bravely. "Let me just run!"

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You Are the Light of the World

7 JuneJuly2017 KEHarticle TimelessTeachingTimeless Teachings

// Kenneth E. Hagin

THE BIBLE TELLS BELIEVERS to be separate from unbelievers. However some believers isolate themselves, thinking it is separation. But there is a vast difference between the two.

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My Father’s Heart

8 JuneJuly2017 DHBarticle SinglePg// Denise Hagin Burns

I BELIEVE that my dad is one of the very best "girl dads" around. You see, I am a true Daddy's girl, and when it comes to Father's Day I have a lot of great memories. One of my favorite Father's Day memories happened when I was quite young. My dad was the crusade director for my grandfather, Kenneth E. Hagin, so my family traveled with him a lot. This particular Father's Day we were all in South Africa.

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Finding Peace in Prayer

9 JuneJuly2017 SeedThoughtsSeed Thoughts

// Lynette Hagin

HAVE THE WORDS "I feel like I'm living in a pressure cooker" ever crossed your mind? Some of you may not even know what a pressure cooker is! My mom often cooked with one. It was the alternative for microware and crock-pot cooking at the same time.

A pressure cooker cooks food quickly and tenderizes it at the same time. As food cooks,