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Re: “Ex-gay like me

My husband packed out of the house and file for divorce after 15yrs of marriage and he went to stay with another woman, i was worried and so confuse because i dont want a divorce. i was really depressed and dont know what to do because i really need him back home to me and the kids and i tell a friend of mine about it and she directed me to this spell caster Dr. Osato who she comfirm he helped her when her marriage was collapsing and i made all my problems known to him and he told me not to worry that he was going to make my husband to come back to me and in just 2days after the spell has been casted, i received a call from my husband and he was appealing that he is coming back home. I have never in my life believe in spell but now it have helped me to get my husband back and i am so happy. All Thanks to Dr. Osato and if you also need his help contact him on his email: (relationshipspell@gmail.com) and his website is http://relationshipspellhelp.webs.com.I am so happy to testify of his good work and kindness.I will not stop sharing this goodnews to the entire public,his email again is RELATIONSHIPSPELL@GMAIL.COM

Posted by Winnie Richie on 01/20/2017 at 3:45 AM

Re: “Casting Spells

DR TEBE HELP ME BRING MY LOVE BACK
My name is MIA MARY, I am here to testify to the good work of the Dr tebe spell Caster. 4 years ago, my husband left home, he never returned, no phone calls, no letters, no emails, no sign of him anywhere. my daughter got sick with multiple sclerosis, things were so tough for me. I had lost hope, 2 years ago, i met a psychic, he said he would help me, i paid over $6800 and still nothing happened, I lost hope completely, my daughter situation got worse each day.last month, I saw a posting concerning the good works of the whole professional Dr tebe, I gave him a try i paid about $2000, for all three spells (Bring Lover back, Healing spell and Career spells). In a matter of weeks, my husband called me and told me he was sorry that he wants to come back to me and that he would explain everything when he comes back,three days later, I got a new job with a loan and finance company, right now, my daughter condition is getting better each day and I trust she would be well in a matter of days.I want to thank DR TEBE spell Caster drtebespelltemple@gmail.com, drtebespelltemple@yahoo.com or website:http://greattebespelltemple.webs.com/ or call him on his phone number +2348110149717 for his efforts and for bringing my life back to normal and so close to perfection.
My name is Mia Mary, I live in UK.

Posted by Mia Mary on 01/19/2017 at 4:57 PM

Re: “'Guys, I'm going through something here'

My name is Jessica and I went to school with Dee. She was one of my best friends. I am truely sorry for what has happened not only to Dee but also her family. My heart to this day is filled with sadness, over losing a great and beautiful friend that I have ever known. She would give you the shirt off her back if ever you needed anything. Always had a wonderful smile on your face. Dee will always be in my heart and greatly missed. Friends 4ever, Jessica

Posted by codream on 01/19/2017 at 12:24 AM

Re: “Wommack's pathway to prominence

I am so thankful for Andrew Wommack and his boldness to speak the truth in love. I listen to him daily and I do not pay a thing for it. Having said that, I tithe to my local church...but I am being led to give offerings to this awesome ministry that God is blessing so obviously. I totally believe his testimonies about supernatural provision such as gas in his tank. I have had miracles such as this myself. But then, I believe God's Word and it operates by our faith. I know that is challenging for you that don"t live by faith but you will have to take that up with God. He is your real issue here, not Andrew. God Bless this ministry in 2017 as I know He is. We love you Andrew.

Posted by Beth Jacobsen on 01/10/2017 at 5:04 AM

Re: “Local LGBTQ voices come to the Indy

Bookmarked! It's nice to see a friendly organization in an all-to-infrequently friendly world.

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Posted by Thomas Shea on 01/04/2017 at 6:14 PM

Re: “Local LGBTQ voices come to the Indy

It is always a great feeling to find organizations that support the LGBTQ community. One of my favorites is the Pikes Peak Derby Dames. They are a women's flat-track roller derby team that is, not only inclusive of any and all woman, but also transgender females and anyone identifying as being LGBTQ. Recently they held a Skate-a-thon that raised money for Inside/Out! They are truly a remarkable group of ladies.
I am looking forward to reading this column regularly!! Finally!

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Posted by Brazalas on 01/04/2017 at 5:13 PM

Re: “Homeless locals share their most prized possessions

Thanks so much for wanting to help. There are so many worthy nonprofits in our community. Many of them are a part of our Indy Give! campaign (https://indygive.com/nonprofits/) this year and I know they would use your gift wisely. Catholic Charities (http://www.ccharitiescc.org/) is also a great local nonprofit that was willing to help us with this story and that provides a lot of our needy neighbors with the basics, such as hot meals.

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Posted by J. Adrian Stanley on 12/22/2016 at 9:22 AM

Re: “Homeless locals share their most prized possessions

Thank you for the article and photographs. If the public reads this and wants to help in some way, what would you suggest?

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Posted by maui1970 on 12/22/2016 at 7:33 AM

Re: “Homeless locals share their most prized possessions

SOAR Caseworkers work with homeless individuals to help them apply for Social Security disability benefits. We advocate for & journey with our clients during the initial & recon applications. Your state Coalition to End Homelessness should be able to direct you to them. If you don't have a SOAR Program - your area needs one!!!

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Posted by Meg McBride Stuart on 12/21/2016 at 7:04 PM

Re: “Homeless locals share their most prized possessions

Thank you for doing this article. I was homeless for years here, until finally getting SSI with the help of others. I'm no longer homeless, but their plight remains in my heart, as it will throughout the rest of my life.
More stories, showing that many homeless are NOT drug-addicts or leeches are in dire need. Far too many folks are getting ignored and left behind, because of the idea that they are all lost causes or worse.
Thank you for helping to humanize my brothers & sisters...for who else will?

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Posted by Cameron Stone on 12/21/2016 at 9:05 AM

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