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Lavoisier of GrowTheHeckUp Scores New Show on 91.7 FM NGEN Radio

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Listen to 97.1 NGEN Radio Live on the web Download the NGEN app on iOS Download the NGEN app on Android  Lavoisier Cornerstone aka Captain O.G., founder of GrowTheHeckUp and AllChristianEverything.com has announced that starting on October 22nd, 2017, he will have a new show on 91.7 FM NGEN Radio on Sunday nights in …

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The Decline of Religion In America

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Over the past few years, we’ve heard a lot of discussion concerning the exodus of millennials from the church, and people overall, with the rise of the so-called “nones” who don’t have any religious affiliation. Studies conducted by poll groups have shown a real decline of church membership and have …

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Are You Investing In Your Long-Term Future?

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In a Sports Illustrated article written in March 2009 it was revealed that “almost 80% of NFL athletes face serious financial distress or bankruptcy within two years of retiring from the league. 60% of NBA players who enjoy longer careers than their NFL colleagues, have similar problems within five years.” As …

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Should We Marry for Love or Money?

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I’ve heard various opinions on whether people should marry for love or money. But what does this really mean when we say “marry for love” and “marry for money”? Here’s what the Bible says about love according to 1 Corinthians 13:4-8: Love suffers long and is kind;  love does not envy; love …

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Snoop Dogg’s New Gospel Song Features B.Slade On “Words Are Few”

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Snoop Dogg provides another track as the year 2017 begins to wind down entitled “Words are Few.” Included on the track is former Christian artist B.Slade. The song is 7-minutes plus and provides a laid-back vibe with Snoop singing his flow. Don’t worry, Snoop holds his own and makes this …

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Teaching Your Children How to Rise Above Stereotypes

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My husband and I recently enjoyed a breezy outdoor dinner at a local café with our three kids and found ourselves having to teach an unexpected lesson. In what has become our normal everyday fashion, we also found ourselves the single black family in a middle-class white restaurant. No biggie. …

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How Should We Really Be Praying for our Rulers?

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In our current sociopolitical climate in America there is one debate in church circles that is of great interest and importance, and that is the idea of praying for our political leaders. Should this be up for debate? Yes! I definitely believe that we are told to pray for rulers, …

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Bizzle Peels Back the Curtain on Family Life in “From the Outside” Video

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As a standout song on Bizzle’s latest album Crowns and Crosses, “From the Outside” is a transparent look inside the realities of leading a family. In a culture where social media is literally having psychological effects on individuals who become depressed by constantly comparing themselves to fake presentations of those …

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Are We Over Complicating the Preaching of the Gospel?

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What can be added to perfection? Imagine taking a sharpie and attempting to enhance the famous painting of Mona Lisa. Your efforts would most likely deface such a wonderful painting more than improve it. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is complete and perfect, yet in our efforts to win souls …

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