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Radio Free Kaslo June 9, 2017

Culture is for sissies? No way! That’s according to JOHN DAVIS, who’s helped turn around the economic fortunes of two small rural Minnesota towns using the arts as the primary driver. 92 more words

Randy Morse

Family Discipleship

D. A. Carson once famously said that it only takes three generations for a group of Christians to lose the gospel. One generation believes it, the next generation assumes it, and the third generation outright denies it. 775 more words


Multiply Christ in Your Marriage

Husbands: Love your wives like Christ loved the church

“Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her, that he might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the word,” (Ephesians 5:25–26) 365 more words


Billion Dollar Location - Canada: Production Ties Still Bind U.S. With Northern Neighbor

Let us count the ways that Canada is an attractive place in which to shoot.

The country offers an outstanding assortment of locations, state-of-the-art facilities, and crews with vast experience working on everything from productions with budgets exceeding $100 million to small indie films. 927 more words


Government Speaker - News Photos

Prosecutor John Davis speaks with FHN students in the Learning Commons. Davis is a lawyer who works for the government and was invited by government teachers to speak with students on their experiences. 81 more words

How Will We Multiply? By the Grace of God.

MULTIPLY.  It’s not just our theme for 2017; it’s a goal we’ve set before ourselves.  What can we do as Christ-followers to multiply so that our church body here at Tates Creek can last, thrive, and continue to make disciples until Jesus comes again?  363 more words

Towson Player Shot During Drive-By Honored As Part Of Senior Night

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Towson men’s basketball forward John Davis, who was shot last week, was honored as part of Senior Night on Saturday, before the Tigers played James Madison at SECU Arena. 155 more words