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YouTube’s New Streaming Service to Launch March 2018

Music streaming giants like Spotify and Apple Music best look over their shoulders in the coming year. Again. Like a determined little engine, YouTube is reportedly setting the stage for a March 2018 launch of its newest music streaming service rumored to appear as ‘Remix’.  While focusing primarily on music …

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Tesla Announces New Semi Truck and Roadster

The innovative folks over at Tesla Motors are at it again. Being one of the first to bring almost fully autonomous driving to the consumer market hasn’t slowed down Elon Musk and his team one bit (missed deadlines and multiple production issues aside). On November 16th, Tesla announced its first fully electric semi truck. The …

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Gift Idea: Coding Board Game Series for Kids

Just in time for the holidays, Target has stocked its shelves with a series of new coding board games by ThinkFun. ‘CODE’ is a series of three different types of board games designed to help build and develop basic skills necessary for youngsters to understand and work with coding and …

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How the Opioid Crisis Highlights White Privilege

People are dying. Spouses, friends, neighbors, parents and children are losing one another in a heinous fashion and at alarming rates. Nevertheless, when cries for compassion and intervention come from certain corners of the room, it becomes increasingly difficult to not roll eyes. Still, I beg that you would have …

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The Importance of Making God a Priority In Your Life

Keeping God first in everything is essential. I’ve found one way I can put God first daily is to have quiet time. If I am unwilling to meet the Lord each morning when I wake up, that means I’m putting somebody or something else before Him. For example, how many …

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Has Disney Programming Gone Too Far?

What is it that we value the most about our children? For many, they would say their innocence. The perception of innocence refers to the simplicity of a child’s lack of knowledge or exposure to the affairs of the world. It is this naïvety of a child that many parents …

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Kyle’s Gifts from Heaven: Keeping Children Connected to their Lost Parents

Around the holidays, birthdays, graduations and other special occasions, it can be especially difficult for children who have lost their parents prematurely. There’s no way to fill the shoes of those they have lost. However, there are others who care to show these children they are still genuinely thought of …

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Pastor Carl Lentz Calls Out Race Relations in Church

Carl Lentz posted a video on Instagram along with a lengthy caption on race and the church. In the video, Lentz is preaching about race relations and rebuking those who run from the discussion of race. In the caption, Pastor Lentz highlights a chapter in his new book Own The …

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