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2 questions you can use when discussing social issues

As a Christian, I have a worldview that is shaped by my faith. Where I have always struggled, is in how that worldview should impact the way I interact with culture. How should my faith be expressed in areas of life such as politics, religious liberty, and more. Too often, my initial response is to simply nod and listen, without expressing…

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Many views of “Noah” let you know what you’re getting

I have no problem as a believer with the reviews on the movie “Noah” discouraging fellow Christians to go see it. I understand where they’re coming from and they are indeed entitled to their opinion.  Certainly, if you go to a movie that is supposedly based on a biblical story, you are not alone in wanting the…

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Seven takeaways from God’s Not Dead

I just went to see God’s Not Dead. Some of the acting was decent but other parts were honestly, only fair. That being said,  there were several takeaways that I would like to share that I hope will make you consider going and supporting this film.  And if you have kids in public high school or college who are struggling with…

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Checking out “Nonstop” and “Son of God”

Two new movies hit theaters this weekend: “Nonstop” starring Liam Neeson, and “Son of God”, which follows the life of Jesus and is adapted from “The Bible” miniseries on the History Channel. Bob says “Nonstop” (rated PG-13) follows Liam Neeson’s character as an air…

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Trouble with the curve

If you live in Eastern Iowa, you may be getting tired of the snow especially if you travel by car for a living. Looks like my plan for the day is about to change…again! So what do you do when winter weather throws you a curve ball? Take today for instance. I was going to travel to a few nearby communities to visit with some of our donors…

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Unplug your family

My wife and I were in a restaurant having lunch the other day with one of our sons, and couldn’t help but notice a nearby family: a mom, dad, two boys, and a daughter. The daughter was middle school age, and clearly in contemporary middle school mode:  ear buds securely in place, staring off into space.  Every aspect of her demeanor…

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Labor Day finds love in really unexpected places

“Labor Day” (rated PG-13) starring Josh Brolin and Kate Winslet opens to more theaters this weekend after a limited release around Christmas.  The story follows Kate Winslet’s character and her son who mainly keep to themselves, but one day meet a man while out shopping. He’s covered in blood and insists…

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Why you’ll want to check your bank / card statement for a $9.84 charge

With the news about the Target credit card breach, I hope you’ve had a chance to check your bank and credit card statements to make sure there aren’t any unauthorized charges. If you haven’t had a chance to sign up for the free credit monitoring from Target, that’s a first good step. Also, be on the lookout…

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In the last days of winter, cabin fever is setting in around Eastern Iowa. A few new ideas for fun will make the rest of winter a little easier.

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