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Practical, Powerful Prayer

1. What was your highlight of this Thanksgiving holiday?

2. From your time at corporate worship – the people, music, sermon, serving in a ministry – what encouraged, moved, or excited you? 157 more words

Keith Hernandez led Cardinals to opening win at Pittsburgh

Playing for a new manager, Vern Rapp, and with a core of young, highly regarded players, such as Keith Hernandez, Garry Templeton and John Denny, the Cardinals enjoyed a successful opening to the 1977 season. 825 more words


World Series duels: Norm Siebern vs. Bob Gibson

Like Yogi Berra, Hank Bauer, Elston Howard and Whitey Herzog, Norm Siebern was a St. Louis-area athlete who was bypassed by the Cardinals and began his professional baseball career in the Yankees organization. 736 more words


China Wants to Dig the Nicaragua Canal

Like a lot of Chinese economic decisions these days, the proposal by Hong Kong development company HKND to build an artificial waterway across Nicaragua is beginning to look like all hat, and no canal. 789 more words

Why John Tsitouris forever will be linked to Cardinals

In September 1963, John Tsitouris helped end the National League pennant chances of the Cardinals. A year later, Tsitouris helped the Cardinals become champions.

Tsitouris, a Reds pitcher, forever will be linked with the Cardinals because of his role in the 1963 and 1964 pennant races. 876 more words


Roger Federer Toying His Opponents

Here is a video clip of the Top 10 plays of Roger Federer toying with his opponents. Roger sometimes likes to toy with opponents and showcase his tennis skills. 21 more words

Pentagon secretly develops cyber weapons capable to kill

Major US defense contractors are competing for nearly a half-billion-dollar military contract on development of a computer code and cyber-weapons, which would be capable of harming humans in a real world. 464 more words