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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Which is better: D&D or Pathfinder? I refuse to give an answer (because there isn't one), but I will...
Which is better: D&D or Pathfinder? I refuse to give an answer (because there isn't one), but I will spend 2,000 words expounding on their differences.
http://www.sidekickcast.com/dd-and-pathfinder-whats-the-difference/
D&D and Pathfinder: What’s the Difference? | Sidekickcast
Since I started writing this blog, I’ve used Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder more or less interchangeably. That’s because, in a lot of ways, they are –
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : So I've been offline for most of the day. Did I miss anything?
So I've been offline for most of the day. Did I miss anything?
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https://plus.google.com/109841572563561381461 Charlie Brooks :

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Watch the video: [5] Attila: Total War - The Last Roman Campaign DLC - The Roman Expedition
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The Last Roman Campaign Pack DLC will be out on June 25th, there's a link down below! Watch this via the playlist too. The Last Roman - Roman Expedition Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_4YUWpVmAqnMWluHXphhBj5NsaaqG3Rw Buy it here! http://store.steampowered.com/app/343462/ ► Remember to like, comment and subscribe! Playlists are linked down below. ◆ Total War Playlists: http://bit.ly/1Lm5EFL ◆ Mount and Blade Playlists: http://bit.ly/1FtI41F ◆ RPG Game Playlists: http://bit.ly/1LaIiBW ◆ Grand Strategy and RTS Game Playlists: http://bit.ly/1d8rn5d ══════════════════════════ ◆ Subscribe to my RTS channel! ► http://bit.ly/1Ah9bkM ◆ Subscribe to my RPG channel! ► http://bit.ly/1Ah9bkM ◆ Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/1sOQj5N ◆ Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1hsbia7 ◆ Heph makes my amazing thumbnails, check out his channel: ► http://bit.ly/1J1QwuP ══════════════════════════
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Part of my Father's Day gift is on display at BabyCenter today. http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories...
Part of my Father's Day gift is on display at BabyCenter today.
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A Father’s Day quiz, and my son’s silly answers
My wife spends approximately 1000% more time on social media than I do. I’m on every couple of days to check statuses and little else, while she knows the ins and outs of her various networks.
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I'm still upset that Spider-Gwen's comic got the axe. I was really enjoying exploring her corner of the Marvel universe.
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https://plus.google.com/104501131013356722931 Thesius Tucker :   Lorrie Soini Written by John Harkey Gibbs on 05/10/2015. Posted in Christianity, Methodist  ...



Lorrie Soini

Written by John Harkey Gibbs on 05/10/2015. Posted in Christianity, Methodist



I was born to a couple who hated each other’s religious beliefs. My father was obsessed with abuse, alcohol, and weird religions. He used to be obsessed with the devil and told me, as a little girl, that the devil comes into your bedroom at night. I still have a sleep phobia and cannot sleep with the lights off. I envy people who can curl up in bed and sleep. I am still looking around and trying to feel safe.

All my life I tried everything to get God to like me. Everyone else seemed to have no trouble hearing him and having supernatural experiences. I wanted them and begged for them all the time. I asked to see just one angel, or hear one word that would show God is real and loves me. I prayed, fasted, attended church, and continued to try to convince God I was worth loving.

I became severely depressed as a teenager. I was obsessed with studying about cults and couldn’t figure out why God wouldn’t talk to me or come to me so I could know that he/she/they were real.

I have been in quite a few religions “seeking truth”; Catholicism, Judaism, Buddhism, Baptist, Pentecostal, and became a Methodist clergy because I was very good at public speaking and wanted to help the poor. I still miss that. I went to seminary while my three sons were teenagers and figured that the best way to force God’s hand and make him tell me he liked me or at least noticed me was to become a clergy. I always felt God ignored me and it tore me to shreds mentally. I was told that all I ever would be was a worthless, evil, depraved sinner who deserved nothing but hell. I hated myself more and more and became very abusive to myself engaging in high risk behaviors.

I had served as a Deacon at 2 churches for 2 years and had worked hard to go through all the paper-writing and interviews for Elder’s ordination. The day I was told I was accepted and would be ordained I thought I had achieved the pinnacle of all that I had wanted and spent 10 years working on. NOW, at last, I would experience God in a way that would prove it was all real.

What happened blew my world apart. You see, I was ordained two weeks after my oldest son was killed in a car accident. I had asked to hold off and wait a year to be ordained but was told I’d have to rewrite all my papers if I waited. There was no allowance or “grace” made for me in my horrible situation. My spiritual beliefs and searching for proof of God exploded and I was left with empty darkness. I was sitting on a pile of rubble that was my life. I did all that work and gave my life to a God I only wanted to love me and this was how I was repaid? People said that God must have loved my son to take him that way. They said it was God’s will and he needed another angel. I kept wishing God didn’t love him at all and I’d still see his smile and feel his loving arms around me telling me how much he loved me.

I left ministry for good after having served for 5 years. I knew I didn’t believe in God and never really did. I had spent years in frustration as I forced myself to keep inventing newer and more creative ways to “prove” God existed and they all showed me only one truth. There is no God. I knew this was where I was and it was no longer fair to the churches I served or to me. I loved my parishioners and in my last act of service, I stepped down and never returned to ministry. On top of that, my 15 year marriage ended, I filed bankruptcy, and lost everything I owned. The one good thing? After having lost my son, losing everything else didn’t matter.

I used to stay tied to religion with the blackmail of hell. I was so terrified I’d go there. After the death of my son the fear of hell didn’t matter. You couldn’t invent a hell that was worse than losing my sweet boy. You couldn’t concoct anything that could ever hurt that much or be that evil or horrible and so the fear of eternal damnation didn’t exist as I felt I was in hell having to live without my son for the rest of my life.

I had a total mental breakdown two years after my son died and was hospitalized. To my horror I ended up on a psych floor, being on suicide watch every 10 minutes, and sobbing alone in the bathroom. I could hear my cries echoing off the brick walls and I never felt so empty and alone. I had no idea how much the religious abuse had taken its toll on me. I totally hated myself and believed I was worthless. I was the worst loser of all because God ignored me. I can’t love myself if God hates me, right? During that time I got the help I needed and I began to journal, a lifesaving practice I still love.

As I healed, I realized that there is no God. All my life I thought there was and I was just “so bad” that he ignored me. Once I realized that there wasn’t a god/deity I began to feel better about myself. My self-hatred started to go away and I used my social work degree to work with the mentally ill for the county. I have worked there now for 11 years.

I am on good medications without any further mental relapses. I was in therapy for over 7 years. I take good care of myself and can have fun with a few friends. I love drumming, reading, writing, and trying new activities. I meet new people and continue to work with the homeless.

I had a second failed marriage but I have learned that I have to heal from all the religious abuse and all the esteem destroying beliefs of my being evil, unworthy, and unwanted. It was shocking to see what those beliefs had done to me and how I see myself and others.

As I wandered around lost, voicing my unbelief, I suffered extensive shunning. I felt I was crawling on the ground, bleeding, trying to find a place to voice all my doubt and pain. I cried a lot watching people I loved step over me, as I hurt, and act like they never cared at all. My putting doubt into words terrified them.

I suffered from crippling panic attacks and have a phobia of churches to this day. I can’t go inside them without panic moving through me. I don’t miss church at all. I loved some of the beauty of the services but after leaving ministry the people I tried to talk to about my doubts and unbelief were very cruel and heartless to me. I am now free to be who I always have been. I am no longer afraid to think what I know to be the truth.

It’s been a hard road but I know now that I have always searched for truth. I can’t settle for fairy tales or lies. I have to prove it for myself. I will not be told what to believe. I will not believe it because you say it’s true.

The Clergy Project allows me to connect with others so that I can see I am not alone in leaving ministry and no longer believing in God and can grow in my love of myself and learn new ideas.

I am very happy today. My future goal is to work until I can retire, move to Galveston Island in Texas, and spend my life’s end on the beach. The ocean is everything to me and I want to run along the beach’s edge and know that while this life is all we’ve got, life is so wonderful, beautiful, and precious. I want to travel and see a bit of the world and bask in the sunshine, free of snow, and the cold.

Life is short, let’s dance along the shores and enjoy the sunshine together.


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The Clergy Project 1 day agoResurrecting of the Religious Right? American Renewal certainly seems to hope so, committing to recruit and train 1000 active evangelical ministers to run for local office in 2016. The Buzz reports.
#ReligiousRight #AmericanRenewal #separationofchurchandstate Evangelicals hope to find candidates in the pulpitthestate.comDisappointed at the lack of progress on their political agenda, a group of evangelical Christians think they might have found the best candidates for office — their pastors. The Clergy Project 2 days agoOur Deepest Sympathies to the Family of Anne Nicol Gaylor

The Clergy Project board, volunteer staff, and membership would like to express our heartfelt sympathy to the family of Anne Nicol Gaylor.

Ms. Gaylor worked tirelessly as an advocate for women’s reproductive rights. In 1976, Gaylor founded the Women’s Medical Fund which provides small grants to women who are unable to afford the full cost of an abortion. Gaylor became aware of the connection between religion and the oppression of women. In 1976, Gaylor founded the Freedom from Religion Foundation (FFRF) along with her daughter, Annie Laurie Gaylor and a Milwaukee gentleman. Her work with FFRF pioneered the understanding of how religion harms women. Her voice on this issue has inspired others to continue in the fight for women’s reproductive rights, against the oppression of women by religion, and the separation of church and state.

Clergy Project President, Terry Plank said, “Anne Gaylor is a shining example of a visionary leader who saw the needs of women and fought hard to find solutions. Her work has been, and will continue to be, life changing for thousands upon thousands of women across the nation.”

“As a woman, I owe a debt of gratitude to Anne Gaylor. Not only did Ms. Gaylor blaze a trail for the rights of women, but she will stand as an example that women are strong, capable, and visionary leaders. Because of Ms. Gaylor, women in leadership are becoming the norm instead of a rarity.”, said Teresa MacBain, Clergy Project Press & Media Coordinator.

We would especially like to extend our condolences to Clergy Project Founder and Member, Dan Barker and his wife, Annie Laurie Gaylor.

clergyproject.org/remembering-anne-nicol-gaylor/ The Clergy Project 2 days agoThe Clergy Project shared Freedom From Religion Foundation's post. Anne Nicol Gaylor, 88, the principal founder of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, died just before midnight on Sunday, June 14, at a hospice in Fitchburg, Wis. She was hospitalized May 30 after a bad fall in her independent living apartment in Madison. Anne and her daughter, Annie Laurie, then a college student, formed FFRF in 1976, with an elderly Milwaukee friend, Jon Sontarck, also lending his name. After a series of impressive successes, Anne was asked to go national with FFRF in 1978 and served as its president until November 2004. A commemorative slideshow about Anne and FFRF can be viewed here. (ffrf.org/legacy/about/anne/tribute/tribute2.php) A master of “sound bites” with media savvy, Anne quickly took FFRF from a tiny organization to the largest association of freethinkers (atheists and agnostics) in North America. Highlights of her freethought career include Gaylor v. Reagan, FFRF’s suit against declaring 1983 to be “The Year of the Bible,” a litigation victory declaring Wisconsin’s Good Friday holiday to be unconstitutional, and making sparks fly in interviews and national media appearances, including “The Phil Donahue Show.” She authored “Lead Us Not Into Penn Station,” a short book of provocative essays. Among her well-known aphorisms: “Nothing fails like prayer.” “Because Anne was not afraid to make known her unorthodox views, and was plain spoken in her dissent from religion, many people were surprised to find how slender, almost frail, she was in person, how quiet and unassuming, how soft her voice, how gentle and gracious her manner. Those who knew her, and her family, found her unfailingly loving and supportive,” said Annie Laurie. “She has built a legacy, but will leave a hole that cannot be filled." Anne lived long enough to enjoy FFRF’s growth to about 23,000 members this summer and its major building expansion. The first event at Freethought Hall’s new addition belatedly celebrated her 88th birthday in the just-completed Charlie Brooks Auditorium on Feb. 13. Proving that atheists do indeed run charities, Anne also co-founded the Women’s Medical Fund with Professor Robert West, an FFRF member, and the late Peg West in the mid-1970s. The fund is considered the oldest continuously operating abortion rights charity in the country and has served well over 20,000 indigent women in Wisconsin. In 1989, Anne and the Women’s Medical Fund successfully sued Wisconsin Attorney General Donald Hanaway, forcing him to remove Wisconsin’s name from a friend of the court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court seeking to overturn Roe. v. Wade. Anne served as the fund’s administrator, personally helping tens of thousands of women, handling their applications by phone, until retiring after nearly 40 years of volunteer work in March, following two mini-strokes. She continued to follow the news, watch “Jeopardy,” play Scrabble and read as voraciously as the limited offerings in large-print books permitted. An entrepreneur, Anne founded the first temporary employment agency in Madison in the 1950s, when “working mothers” were a rarity. She and her husband Paul Gaylor co-owned the Middleton Times-Tribune for several years in the late 1960s. Her editorial proposing legalized abortion created such shock waves it propelled her into abortion rights activism. She founded the Wisconsin Committee to Legalize Abortion, served on the national board of NARAL (1972-78) and was active with other feminist groups. She wrote a book “Abortion Is A Blessing” in 1975 about the battle to legalize abortion in Wisconsin. She was the first to call for the recall of Dane County Circuit Judge Archie Simonson when he termed rape a “normal reaction” in 1977 and wrote the official petition that led to his successful, history-making recall. In 1994, Anne and her daughter helped spearhead the rescue of Forward, a replica of the Jean Miner sculpture displayed at the 1893 Columbian Exposition in Chicago, when then-Gov. Tommy Thompson proposed removing it from the State Capitol grounds. Anne was born “Lucie Anne” Nicol on Nov. 25, 1926, in rural Tomah, Wis., to Lucie Sowle Nicol and Jason Theodore Nicol. Her mother died before she was 2 years old. A second-generation freethinker, Anne began first grade at age 4 in a one-room school, graduated from high school at 16 and worked her way through college, graduating in 1949 with a degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She married Paul J. Gaylor, of Springfield, Mo., the same year. Paul, who became FFRF’s chief volunteer, died in 2011. The couple’s four children — Andrew, twins Ian and Annie Laurie, and Jamie — survive her. Her two granddaughters are Sabrina Gaylor, 25, and Lily Gaylor, 13. Survivors include her daughters-in-law, Lisa Strand, Nancy McClements and Carrie Gaylor and son-in-law Dan Barker, current FFRF co-president with Annie Laurie. One of her three brothers survives, Tom Nicol, 89, of Minnesota, a longtime FFRF member. Her dear friend since high school, Isabel Regan, an FFRF member, also survives her. Donations in her memory may be made to the Women’s Medical Fund (wmfwisconsin.org), Box 248, Madison, WI 53701, or to the newly created Anne Nicol Gaylor Memorial Scholarship, to reward freethinking feminists (ffrf.org/donate). Both groups are 501(c)(3) charities. The Women’s Medical Fund is all-volunteer. - See more at: ffrf.org/news/news-releases/item/23049-anne-gaylor-ffrf-principal-founder-dies#sthash.kMOSgv0u.dpuf The Clergy Project 2 days agoClergy Project Member, 'John Jameson', writes a guest post for ExCommunications.

"A few weeks ago I started thinking, “what happens if my wife finds my blog?” So I decided to do a series of posts that would help her understand me as an atheist. This first post is a letter to my wife." A Closeted Atheist Pastor’s Letter to His Wifepatheos.comToday’s post is written by a fellow Clergy Project member. Since he’s still in the pulpit, he uses the name ‘John Jameson‘. The Clergy Project 2 days agoAn excellent interview with TCP member & former Hindu-Swami monk Scott, where he shares on the line between meditation's benefits versus its potential for psychosis.
#meditation #hinduism #monks #psychosis Can Meditation Have Negative Side Effects?skepticmeditations.comAdvocates of meditation say it helps free the mind, possibly liberates the human spirit from bondage and leads to enlightenment. Others say meditation has many benefits and is effective in fighting...

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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Extremely excited about a certain novel I submitted recently. Now for the waiting game...
Extremely excited about a certain novel I submitted recently. Now for the waiting game...
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : This week's Beer & Pretzels is going back to the well of D&D weirdness. That well will never run dry...
This week's Beer & Pretzels is going back to the well of D&D weirdness. That well will never run dry.
http://www.sidekickcast.com/weird-magic-items-i-wish-id-used/
Weird Magic Items I Wish I’d Used | Sidekickcast
Thanks to whatever weirdness inhabited the heads of Dave Arneson and Gary Gygax, fantasy gaming has some really bizarre stuff baked into its history. I’ve gamed
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : I reviewed Legends of Baldur's Gate #4. Should I do more comic reviews or stick to RPG chatter for Beer...
I reviewed Legends of Baldur's Gate #4. Should I do more comic reviews or stick to RPG chatter for Beer & Pretzels?
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EastEnders' Charlie Brooks: Acting on the stage was a challenge after doing so ... Charlie Charlie Challenge #CharlieCharlieChallenge http://dlvr.it/B8Gx4Z
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EastEnders' Charlie Brooks: Acting on the stage was a challenge after doing so ➟ Charlie Charlie Challenge #CharlieCharlieChallenge http://dlvr.it/B8GzV2
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Grey Gecko is offering a sizable discount on their books for the summer, including Greystone Valley...
Grey Gecko is offering a sizable discount on their books for the summer, including Greystone Valley. Check it out!
http://www.greygeckopress.com/2015/overstock-remainder-sale-30-40-off-most-print-titles/
Summer Reading Sale! 30-40% Off Print Titles and FREE Ebooks
Get 30-40% off 16 of our most popular print editions, and get the ebook free with any purchase. Buy direct from the publisher and support indie authors and small press!
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : At my son's 4th birthday party, I had no idea what I was getting into. http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories...
At my son's 4th birthday party, I had no idea what I was getting into.
http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories/i-need-to-neglect-my-kids-06052015-more-on-their-birthdays-heres-why/
I need to neglect my kids more on their birthdays. Here’s why.
A kid’s first couple of birthdays are kind of more for the parents than the child. By the 3rd birthday, they know they’re getting presents, but the high level of anticipation isn’t quite there yet. But the 4th birthday…wow. That’s certainly something.
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I promise the full story about my little surro-baby's birth will be written. I'm just struggling with the actual design of it. #surrogacy
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Legends of Baldur's Gate #3 is the closest thing I've ever seen to a D&D game brought to comic book ...
Legends of Baldur's Gate #3 is the closest thing I've ever seen to a D&D game brought to comic book form.
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Review: Legends of Baldur’s Gate #3 | Sidekickcast
One of the big questions regarding Legends of Baldur’s Gate is whether Minsc can carry a story on his own. The big guy was great to have in the adventuring
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https://plus.google.com/109456189513106873040 Charlie Brooks : Simon Pegg, nerdy parents, and more in my BabyCenter blog this week. http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories...
Simon Pegg, nerdy parents, and more in my BabyCenter blog this week.
http://blogs.babycenter.com/mom_stories/how-does-being-a-nerdy-05222015-parent-affect-your-kids/
How does being a nerdy parent affect your kids?
In nerd culture, Simon Pegg is a pretty big deal. He’s one of those intelligent, generally likable celebrities who immediately gets recognized as “one of us” by fans of the genre. So when an out-of-context comment from a recent interview he gave seemed to call nerd culture immature, it made a bit of a flap.
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