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Lecrae Gives Ted Talk: “Is Hip-Hop a Cancer or a Cure?”

TED Talks are awesome if you enjoy learning.  TED is an international set of conferences that serve to explore information and ideas.  Their slogan echoes that mission simply stated as “Idea Worth Spreading”. Lecrae just appeared at their Nashville conference and gave a talk on whether hip-hop is a “cancer or …

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Steph Curry: “I’m Not a Guy Who’s Going to Be Trying to Bash People over the Head with the Bible”

Golden State Warrior Steph Curry is having an absurdly impressive record-breaking season that has earned him back-to-back NBA MVP awards.  While he has been vocal about his faith in Christ, and even features a portion of Philippians 4:13 on his signature Under Armor sneakers, his hope is that you actually …

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Joel Osteen Explains Why He Doesn’t Preach About Hell

The internet’s favorite theological punching bag, Joel Osteen, recently opened up to CBS Sunday Morning‘s Tracy Smith in a piece they titled The Positivity of Joel Osteen.  They discussed his testimony that led to him being the pastor of the largest congregation in the United States, and Tracy went on to ask him, …

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Macklemore and Obama Have Teamed up to Fight the Drug Addiction Crisis Obamacare Has Contributed To

As a Christian I struggle with some of Macklemore’s music.  He’s very vocal about his belief in God, but some content contradicts Christ and he takes God’s name in vain without hesitation. Nevertheless, as someone who has struggled with addiction, his song “Otherside” struck a strong chord with me because …

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What is True American Patriotism? (Part 1)

I am an American citizen. For many, that would mean “I am a legally recognized citizen of the greatest and most successful country on earth in the history of mankind”. Now, when that statement is made, it generally carries the notion of the successes inherited from the Industrial Revolution, the perceived …

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Man-to-Man: Modeling Christ for Your Children

1 Kings 16 introduces us to King Omri, the father of Ahab. King Omri ruled Israel for 12 years and bought a hill and named it Samaria.  Omri was wise, strategic, and progressive. He brought Samaria to a point of peace and prosperity. He had total control over the new …

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How to Love a Married Man

As women of high standard, we should always be very mindful of how we behave around another woman’s husband. We often end up disrespecting a man and his observant wife without realizing it because: We have not been taught better. The (very) liberal (and ungodly) media has ill-shaped our minds and behavior. …

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The Phrase “Rest in Peace” and the Power of Cultural Influence

This week, we’ve experienced the loss of three beloved and accomplished entertainers and celebrities. The outpouring of grief has been tremendous. It was one after the other, to the point that it left little room to process and fully reflect on each of them. The loss of former WWE female …

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Man-to-Man: The Role of a Husband

Prior to grasping an understanding of what a godly husband is, my standards had flaws. It was based on my own interpretation and I compared myself to other husbands. And it was a method for disaster. One day, I met with my Pastor and he held me to 2 verses: “Husbands, …

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3 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Starting a Business

Starting a business is an ambitious goal that many have thought about but have not accomplished. Although starting your own business may be part of the American dream, many don’t know where to start. Below are three questions you should ask yourself before starting a small business:   Do I have …

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