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6 Ways to Roll Out the Welcome Wagon for your Guests

If your Bible study group is what we call an “open” group, then it is designed to reach new people. In fact, the group leader and the group’s members most likely are on the lookout for new people. 301 more words


Marcus Thompson: The A's Have Doubled Down On Oakland Commitment

When the Raiders announced that they would move from Oakland to Las Vegas, Raider fans and Oakland residents were not happy.

“Let’s see,” Bay Area News Group sportswriter Marcus Thompson said on CBS Sports Radio’s The DA Show, trying to find the right words to describe the sentiment. 398 more words

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Former Baylor Assistant: Felt It Was A Story That Needed To Be Told

Former Baylor assistant Abar Rouse dropped by CBS Sports Radio’s The Doug Gottlieb Show on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming documentary, “Disgraced,” which chronicles the murder of former Baylor basketball star Patrick Dennehy and the university’s subsequent attempt to cover up NCAA rules violations. 693 more words

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A Heartbreaking Story ...

A real heartbreaking story of how a girl was sexually assaulted and pregnated by her own father…someone who was supposed to protect her, love her, be there for her and actually be a Father. 35 more words

Wedding Invitations

So you’ve sorted out your guest list for the day and the evening, now it’s time to send out invitations. This should be the easy part right? 794 more words


Demon Cursed by Karilyn Bentley

Today I’m hosting Karilyn Bentley and her urban fantasy, Demon Cursed. Karilyn is giving away a $20 Amazon/B&N gift card. So make sure to comment, check out the other stops on the tour, and enter the Rafflecopter giveaway! 579 more words


Mark Few: I Got Tears Streaming Down My Face Hearing From My Old Zags

Mark Few became an assistant coach at Gonzaga in 1990 and the head coach in 1999. Never before had the Zags reached the Final Four – until Saturday, when they beat No. 523 more words

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