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Culture change or individual conversion?

In the 1800’s, Charles Finney was deeply invested in the spiritual life of the still fledgling United States. There were opposing views of the responsibility of individuals as they experienced the new life as a Christian, one converted ‘from’ a way of life ‘to’ another, that of Christ as the center. 567 more words

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Christmas improv

Wednesday evening saw the last Whose Opera is it Anyway? of the year in the new digs at Bad Dog Comedy Club.  Last month’s line up of singers; Rachel Krehm, Michael York, Gillian Grossman and Amanda Kogan, were joined by Adanya Dunn and an elf.   120 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Company Behind $16K Smartphone Raises $110M In ICO

SIRIN Labs, a producer of privacy-focused smartphones, has managed to raise $110 mln in the first 24 hours of its recent token sale, according to a  236 more words


November 24, 2017 Resources: Conservative Christianity; Glorifying God...In Our Bodies

I usually wait to publish these Resource posts until I have 3 or 4 links to send out. However, these two articles were so good, I wanted to go ahead and get them out today for your Thanksgiving Weekend reading. 112 more words


The Widow

Calixa Lavallée’s main, perhaps only, claim to fame is that he wrote the music for O Canada!  He also wrote an operetta, The Widow.  Yesterday I saw it at Toronto Operetta Theatre in a production by Guillermo Silva-Marin.   304 more words

Performance Review - Miscellaneous

Susan Finney joins Avison Young in St. Louis

Highly regarded office leasing specialist will help expand the firm’s footprint across the region
ST. LOUIS/ Oct. 16, 2017 (StlRealEstate.News) – Tim Convy, Principal of St. 14 more words

Revival: Edwards and Finney

Spiritual conversion and revival are the stuff of much Christian thought. Whether one is serving in vocational ministry or merely seeking the transcendent good of his or her neighbor, the desire for spiritual life seems to inevitably lead one to question the cause and nature of this kind of renewal. 3,030 more words

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