So I just heard about something really cool. Tomorrow, Focus On The Family is sponsoring “Bring Your Bible to School Day.” I found out too late to do much in the way of promoting it, but if you’re in school, and you see this post by tomorrow, and you believe the Bible is the Word of God, you should bring your Bible to school tomorrow! 61 more words
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My final course in the Asbury University graduate program in Communications was Media Ethics & Criticism, which taught me to think more critically about the moral decisions I make in creating media as well as how to critique that media. 56 more words
Josh hasn’t spoken to his dad in 3 years. Sarah refuses to come to Thanksgiving dinner this year. Divorced families? Nope. Everyday run-of-the-mill families.
One of the problems adults with divorced parents have is the trap of thinking “normal” means “perfect.” When raised with the image of a family that often looks more like a face in a carnival’s fun-house mirror, it’s easy to believe the myth that intact families are problem free. 406 more words
October 8th has been designated “Bring Your Bible To School Day”.
Thousands of students across the country will take part in the event to celebrate religious freedom by bringing their bibles to school and talk about it with their friends. 36 more words
I love Cats The Musical. Picture a tribe of human-sized cats slinking around dark alleys under the moonlight, discussing deep subjects like happiness and the meaning of life. 242 more words