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Worship Leader Under Fire


My husband is a man of many hats. This is something I will not deny. He is a computer technician, a talented musician, an enthusiastic reader, and a man with the potential to give Jeopardy a run for its money if given the opportunity. Above all, he is a man of God. I would not…

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San Andreas


  The human race has been plagued by natural disasters for as long as the human race has existed. The earth has had quakes for as long as the Earth existed. The cities of San Francis co and Los Angeles have been plagued by destruction and devastation the San Andreas Fault line as far back…

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SAN ANDREAS -Graphic Movie Review


SAN ANDREAS (2015) Release date: May 29, 2015 Studio: New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.), Village Roadshow Pictures Director: Brad Peyton MPAA Rating: PG-13 (for intense disaster action and mayhem throughout, and brief strong language) Screenwriters: Chad Hayes, Carlton Cuse, Carey Hayes Starring: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Alexandra Daddario, Paul Giamatti, Carla Gugino, Kylie Minogue, Ioan…

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Archie relaunch redefines portrayal of women and friendship.


I grew up in a home littered with Archie comic books. Each story portraying two best friends: wealthy, high-maintenance brunette Veronica Lodge and middle-class, tomboy blonde Betty Cooper. The two could not be more different, except for one thing. Their relentless, romantic desire for Archie Andrews. When it comes to the womanizing “heartthrob”, these foils…

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Coca-Cola stripped logo from cans.


  Coca-Cola launches a campaign to end prejudice. Matthew 7:1-2 says, “Do not judge others, and you will not be judged. For you will be treated as you treat others. The standard you use in judging is the standard by which you will be judged.” (NLT) Out of respect for the celebration of Ramadan (June…

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Scammer Red Flags


I don’t know what it is about the generation before me that makes them so trusting, or why they refuse to adapt to the brutal realities of the current world. I must say I find their naivety extremely frustrating. Times have changed. Period.  Gas is no longer one dollar. Paid internships and apprenticeships no longer exist. One cannot simply walk…

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Unfriended


Unfriended is a simple story shot from the point of view of Blaire Lily’s laptop as she struggles to investigate the person behind a serious and distasteful hacking. Someone had hacked the Skype account of her deceased friend, Laura Barns, who had committed suicide exactly one year previous. Even more distasteful was the reason she…

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In Memoriam for Mother’s Day


In this morning’s service, my choir sang an old hymn, And Can It Be: Amazing Love How Can It Be That Thou My God Should Die For Me It spoke to me in two ways. Not only did Jesus die, but my mother also died for me. How perfect a song for Mother’s Day? Mother’s…

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Jupiter Ascending


Jupiter Jones is a poor house cleaner with questionable citizenship status. Her father is murdered before she is born, and her mother becomes a harsh workaholic. Despite her humble lifestyle, Jupiter can’t help but sense that her destiny involves something greater. She is correct. Her destiny involves something far greater than she could imagine. The…

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Christ, the Humble


Philippians 2:3 says, “Don’t be selfish; don’t try to impress others. Be humble, thinking of others as better than yourselves.” There are days where I am very ashamed and embarrassed to call myself a Christian. The behavior associated with the Christian name is appalling. I hear it everywhere. There are websites dedicated to it, including one…

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