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Jack Alan Levine unveils his formula for true peace and happiness. Ask any American if they’re happy with their lives, and 9 out of 10 will give a resounding “No. Work stinks, relationships are horrible, the economy sucks–and there’s nothing we can do about it, except grin and bear it right?” Wrong! Jack Alan Levine’s […]

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What’s your plan for 2010?

Finally, a new year. What a crazy year of change. I can’t remember anything more difficult in my life than last year.But, I count my blessings that I?made it out alive and have a fresh start this year to apply everything I learned from last year. I have learned you can truly take advantage of […]

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Good News Sports View

Each month we’ll be applauding some of the many great Christian coaches and athletes making the News by setting positive examples as role models in our communities as true Champions of Glory…Winning for God’s Kingdom. Chris Coghlan named NL Rookie of the Year for the Florida Marlins Florida Marlins outfielder Chris Coghlan became the third […]

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Focus takes next step in leadership transition

Dr. James Dobson’s departure from the radio program and from official affiliation with the organization he founded in 1977 is just the “third chapter in a transition that began in 2003,” when Dobson stepped down as Focus president, said Jim Daly, the Life ‘s president and CEO. It was a mutual decision between Dobson and […]

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Life Skills International is changing lives

For Ken and Diana Whiteman, healing is a lifelong journey that began in a classroom. To love one another fully meant change, but they lacked the skills necessary to do it. Life Skills International has transformed the way they relate to one another. Together, as co-facilitators and instructors, they now bring renewed hope to struggling […]

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US House pounds on Roe v. Wade

In an historic healthcare vote, the Democrat-led House of Representatives excludes taxpayer-funded abortions and signals the “beginning of the end” for abortion in America. WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 – Taxpayer-funded abortion was excluded from the final healthcare bill, even though the public funding of abortion was a key component of President Obama’s presidential campaign and was […]

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One girl can change the world

Texting and sexting, school violence, drug abuse, car accidents, pregnancy. Teens – including teenage girls – all too often make the News because of their problems and failures. Yet throughout history, there have been young women, like Joan of Arc, who are remembered for extraordinary personal accomplishments. Just a few months ago, Melanie Oudin, a […]

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ORU students provide shoes for Iraqi children

Oral Roberts University students provide shoes for children in Iraq through giving and negotiation skills. Soon, thousands of Iraqi children will have new shoes in time for winter, thanks to the efforts of Oral Roberts University (ORU) students, faculty and staff. The money for this project was raised through donations taken during twice-weekly chapel services. […]

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Billy Graham turns 91

Evangelist Billy Graham celebrated his 91st birthday on Nov. 7. A spokesman said Graham remains in good overall health, with a strong heart and clear mind, while dealing with various age-related conditions. He continues to exercise, including short walks at his mountain home every day. The global evangelist continues to stay abreast of current events. […]

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Barbara Collier

Birth Place: Falls Creek, PennsylvaniaYears in Florida: Over 50Home Church: Coral Ridge Presbyterian ChurchMarital status: widowed; married 50 yearsChildren/Grandchildren: 3 sons and 6 grandsons [no girls!]First job:   Printing CompanyFavorite movie:  Gone With The WindWhat do you like to read:  The Bible, Newspapers, and US World and News Report.  Musical preference:  I like music of the […]

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