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Message Monday: Exercising a Dangerous Faith


  • For the past few weeks Jack and I have been preparing the study guides for our next Sunday Night Bible Study.
  • The book we are using for the study seeks to describe the lives of missionaries with one key Scripture.
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Ministry Of The Word

Firing Snoopy Spells End for MetLife

After years of hemming and hawing about whether or not they’d keep Snoopy on the payroll, MetLife just announced that it’s handing the Charles Schulz-created beagle his pink slip. 793 more words


Snoopy Cut Loose As MetLife Spokes-Pet

MINNEAPOLIS (AP/WCCO) — Snoopy has been handed the pink slip.

After 31 years (217 dog years) as the face of insurance giant MetLife Inc., the company said Thursday that it is launching a new global branding effort, marking the end of a long relationship with Charlie Brown’s beagle and the Peanuts crew. 141 more words


Michael Jackson Tops Highest-Earning Dead Celebrities List

(ABC News) — The King of Pop is still the king of the hill in terms of earning power, even years after his 2009 death. 172 more words


Concerning Cucurbit Comics, or 57 Years of Hilariously Sincere Waiting for The Great Pumpkin.

When Charles Schulz first devised his running holiday gags involving an eager child’s confused blending of  Halloween and Christmas in October 1959, he never dreamed that the myth of the Great Pumpkin would become one of the most beloved and amusing elements of the Fall holidays. 674 more words

Humor In America

Stamp Your Trip to Wine Country

Like you, I am many things.

Also like you, some of the things I am may seem incongruous.

I am a wine lover and a bowler. 288 more words

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