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Christian Gamers Perspective: Anti-social?

Gamers are misrepresented as anti-social because they rather play a game than go out. Usually people who say this are those who don’t play games themselves either because they don’t want to or they believe it is a waste of time. 599 more words

The Key to Discovering & Fulfilling God's Purpose For Your Life

Before delving into this article, here is the main point I’d like to pass across: it is living a totally surrendered life to God that allows us to discover and fulfil the purpose that God has for each of our lives… 802 more words

Book Review: Salt of the Earth by Christopher Flowers

Description:  After the Sun is prematurely converted into a red giant as the result of an energy experiment gone awry, mankind is forced to flee the inner planets in hopes of finding refuge through the research of strange organisms living beneath the surface of Jupiter’s sixth moon, Europa. 427 more words

Science Fiction

''What do you want your food system to look like?''

On Wednesday night I attended an exciting and interesting discussion on local food in Kingston. As readers of the LOFT Food Guide, I hope you enjoy my report of this inspiring event. 771 more words

Tears

Morning Thought: Through tears we become the salt of the earth, washing away her wounds and receiving the Father’s mercy. Tears are as much a part of the Christian’s life as music is to a musician. 50 more words

Morning Thought

Be The Salt in a Tasteless World

“You are the salt of the earth.  But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again?  It is no longer good for anything; except to be thrown out and trampled by men.” Matthew 5:13… 616 more words

Growing Your Faith

"Salt of the Earth" at 60

What I think is probably the first “Chicano” film, certainly the first with dialog in English, Spanish AND Spanglish, a Hollywood classic almost no one know about, premiered 60 years ago.. 632 more words

Movies And TV