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I received a BzzKit of two full size products in the new Burt's Bees Sensitive Skin Line - a cleanser and a moisturizer. It is one of the perks of being a BzzAgent.
I had high expectations of the products since I already use Burt's Bees and have a passion for their products. Being that I have sensitive skin, it was even more of a plus for me.
I tried it out and I loved that the products did not further irritate my already red and inflamed skin. I do plan to buy more of it in the future and spread the word about them as well.
Monday, September 19, 2011
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Wednesday, March 16, 2011
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Monday, August 23, 2010
Conversion, Diversion, Perversion, Reversion, Aversion, Insertion, Immersion, Incursion, Emersion, Dispersion, Assertion, Recursion.
Whatever on earth can these twelve "-ion" words have in common?
Well, they're all part of what Pastor Bob Flayhart calls "The Gospel Pipeline!" And as he has pointed out, it could be seen as a sort of a 12 Step program for the Christian life. He even has a diagram of this pipeline over on his blog at: http://www.bobflayhart.com/2010/08/gospel-pipeline-graphic-takes-shape.html.
Now, if your interest has been piqued and you live in the Birmingham, Ala. area and want to learn more about the twelve "-ions," come join us over at Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church as we all venture "further up and further in" and learn some important truths about grace living. From the way it is looking, this sermon series may take us through a whole semester, but that is perfectly okay as it is an excellent and important lesson for everyone.