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God Loves Us, Flaws and All

By Kharissa Forte | Nearing my 28th birthday, I’ve become unapologetic for who I am. I’ve begun to embrace my flaws just as easily as I have my aptitudes. This isn’t an ...

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A Milton Wolf in sheep’s clothing?

U.S. Senate campaign of Tea Party candidate raises big concerns   NEWS ANALYSIS By John Altevogt | Metro Voice Twenty years ago Eudora insurance agent David Miller started the revolution that today ...

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Parents Forgive Murderers of Their Son

BY DR. Jim Denison | Christianpress.com Ivan Mejia was a senior at Wylie East High School in the Dallas area. He planned to enlist in the Marines after graduating later this year. ...

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Missouri Legislators Dragging Feet on Ethics Bills

Ethics bills deserve honest hearing for legislators to regain public trust By Dwight Widaman | Editor   Restrictions on lobbyist influence on politicians is slowly being debated in the Missouri Legislature. At this pace, it seems ...

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Bill Nye Without Form and Void

Ken Ham Bill Nye Debate

by Mark Rose, Genesis Alive After watching the Ken Ham and Bill Nye debate about creation vs. evolution, many thoughts came to mind recalling my past when I embraced evolution and the ...

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Being Faithful in the Age of Facebook

What can you do to protect your relationships By Joanne Brokaw | More than 35 years ago, when he was a teenager, Mike Parker met Mark Henderson while on an 800-mile road ...

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Developing an Entrepreneurial Spirit

Does Your Work Matter? By Linda Fields |   To develop your entrepreneurial spirit, your first priority is to understand if, and how, it matters. For decades there has been a schism ...

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