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Rebecca Koerselman

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Looking at the Past with Rose-Colored Glasses

by Rebecca Koerselman Our first apartment, while small, contained a novelty I had never enjoyed firsthand: free cable. I rarely watched most of the channels, but discovered something wonderful when I found TCM: Turner Classic Movies. No commercials, just old(er)…
Northwestern College
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Musings of a (former) Roller Derby Queen

By Rebecca Koerselman When was the last time that you deliberately joined a group of people that you knew were different from you? While a doctoral candidate at Michigan State University (Go Spartans!), I stepped out of my comfort zone…
Northwestern College
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Kiddos and the Bible

by Rebecca Koerselman Have you ever read the Bible to a child? Or teens? If so, how do you manage the dicey bits? Our two-year-old daughter especially enjoys the pictures of The Jesus Storybook Bible. We decided to read this…
Northwestern College