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An annual summer vocal institute for high school and college students will begin at Christopher Newport University in July 2013. The university announced the creation of the Torggler Summer Vocal Institute at its holiday music concert on Saturday night....
We all sort of knew it was not a good idea and we might get into trouble, but here we were, in a partially boarded-up house that was condemned, thinking about converting it into our hangout. A few of my middle school friends and I found an unlocked door...
Without question our country is facing some of its greatest obstacles since the great depression! With millions seeking jobs that were once theirs, but now have been shipped abroad, dreams of home ownership being dashed by foreclosures, homes in...
How was your Christmas? I hope it was enjoyable, fulfilling and even uncomplicated. I know that may sound strange, but Christmas can be complicated. Just think of the things that complicate Christmas, like the decorations. Are we putting up lights or...
In life, there are many choices. For example, I waltzed into Johan's Bakery in Petoskey a few days back to buy some breakfast food for an early morning meeting with a group of people. My first dilemma was bagels, muffins or doughnuts. An obvious choice,...
Trinity Lutheran Church will host a cookie walk Saturday, Dec. 8, with the proceeds going to Micah’s Backpack. Cookies of many varieties will be available for purchase from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Micah’s Backpack, an outreach program of the South...
Vince Lampert grew up in the Haughville community on Indianapolis' west side. He said he saw a lot of things in his neighborhood as a boy, but nothing like he saw on a trip to Rome for study at the Vatican in 2006. “Probably the most bizarre...
Have you driven on the back country roads after dark this time of year? You may have noticed that a lot of tall silos have a brightly illuminated star at their top. Have you considered why the farmer would place the star for everyone to see? Of...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Judaism
South Bend TribuneA lot of heart. HeartReach Michiana knows how to get to the heart of the matter. For several years this local group raised money for a national group for heart disease prevention education and to purchase portable automatic external defibrillator (AED)....
"Jesus said unto him, "Rise, take up your bed and walk." John 5:8. "Then Peter said, "Silver and gold have I none, but, such as I have, I give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk." Acts 3:6. Christianity isn't stagnant. Room...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Nazareth, Christianity
In our society, it is not unusual to see people "adding things on." Take for example technology -- I wonder what percentage of Americans has made the transition to a flat screen TV. I am sure it is pretty high. Or if you have a smart phone that is...
Being an optimist by nature, it’s hard for me to admit, but I really think life is getting harder. It seems everywhere I turn, I find persons dealing with insurmountable challenges. Last week, I spoke with someone struggling to get along with...
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