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Transformed by the renewing of our minds | Sermon for June 28, 2015

I subscribe to the daily emails sent by the Franciscan priest and teacher Richard Rohr, who said once at a lecture at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena that: 1,261 more words


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Taking a close look at the Convention of States

Mark Davis, Nebraska Director for the Convention of States Action project, takes our questions. 639 more words

No. 56: Jay Cutler

Editor’s note: This is part of our summer series, The MMQB 100, counting down the most influential people for the 2015 season.

CHICAGO — Former Chicago Bears offensive coordinator and current FIU head coach Ron Turner recalls the first time he sat down and talked football with Jay Cutler. 3,282 more words

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Malloy touts some good business news at UTC

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — With the ceremonial ground breaking for the 100,000 square foot “United Technologies Research Center” on the “Pratt & Whitney” campus in East Hartford, Governor Malloy finally has some positive business news in the aftermath of the budget battle that has resulted in a business tax package that has caused some businesses to say they might leave the state. 156 more words


4 Corners - Journey Into Hell

I found this article this morning.  It airs tonight.  Not in the US, but still relevant to Human Trafficking.


Officials say train in Nebraska struck empty car on tracks

DUNCAN, Neb. (AP) — Officials say no one was injured when a train traveling through Nebraska struck an empty car parked on the tracks.

The Union Pacific train hit an unoccupied car early Sunday near Duncan. 93 more words

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REVIEW: Q44 Theatre Presents FOOL FOR LOVE

Outstanding new production of a classic

By Myron My

The tale of two lovers in a tumultuous relationship has been told time and time again, to the point it can be difficult to tell such a story in a way that will draw your audience in and leave them wanting more. 491 more words

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