Christian Curriculum

Live music, health exhibit planned for Northwest Houston

Southern rockers Marshall Tucker Band will perform at 8 p.m. on January 12 at Dosey Doe The Big Barn. Tickets start at $ 128 and include a three-course meal served until 7:30 p.m. Marshall Tucker Band is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a nationwide tour that includes a new stop …

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Gay Adelmann: Two Bills Considered by Ky. House Reject State’s Most Marginalized Students

The truth is not always pleasant to hear. Those in a position to do so may simply refuse to participate in uncomfortable conversations. Others may even go so far as to prohibit the teaching of information they consider “divisive” simply because it makes them or others like them uncomfortable. However, …

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Cultural renewal, educational reform and the study of history

By Uditha Devapriya(with Uthpala Wijesuriya) Most of the accounts of educational reform in British Ceylon focus on the officials and administrators, rather than the people on the ground and the historical forces they have had to contend with. Very little, if any, effort is made to place the reforms in …

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Bonita Springs YMCA looks back on 2021 accomplishments

The YMCA of Bonita Springs continues to enrich lives and bless families with community support. 2021 has been a great year for the YMCA of Bonita Springs with many additions and a lot of growth. Thanks to a donation from the Parkinson’s Foundation, the Y announced the relaunch of the …

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Letters to the Editor – January 5, 2022 | Pikes Peak Courier

Thoughts for the New Year 2022 For two years humanity has lived in fear, complacency and challenge from an invisible force that has plagued our existence. This New Year’s Eve, may each Soul stop for a few moments and gather its strength; open their hearts and use their wills to …

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SCALZO, Marie

SCALZO, Mary Jo At the age of 71, of Springboro, passed away at Sycamore Hospital on Saturday, December 25, 2021. Mary Jo was born on December 3, 1950 in Wheeling, WV, to the late Edward J. and Eleanor (née Gompers) Hannel. She graduated from St. Joseph Central Catholic High School …

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Editorial: Celebrate a court ruling |

A federal judge in the Southern District of Indiana recently ruled that a group of high schools known as the Pendleton Heights Gay-Straight Alliance should have the same guarantees as other school clubs. The alliance, which is a non-program club, should be allowed to promote its meetings and fundraise like …

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24 inmates with bachelor’s degrees in pastoral ministry will serve North Carolina prisons as ministers

Twenty-four men wearing black caps and robes walked across the stage at Nash Correctional Gymnasium on December 15 to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in pastoral ministry. They shook hands with Danny Akin, president of College at Southeastern, the undergraduate school of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and posed for …

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Wife, mother, Christian and author Patty Nun presents the release of her new book “In spite of everything”

MAGNOLIA, TX, December 24, 2021 / 24-7PressRelease / – A pious young woman is immersed in a drama she never expected. Within weeks, she was the victim of adultery, rape and the murder of her husband in order to cover up the perpetrator’s crime. Then, her eldest son, the result …

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