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Trinity Broadcasting Network Co-founder Jan Crouch Dies at Age 78

Co-Founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, Jan Crouch aged 78, has died after having a massive stroke a week ago.  Her son, Matt Crouch, announced her passing on Tuesday on TBN’s website. Matt Crouch wrote, “Laurie and I have just watched the transition of our precious Mother from this world …

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Successful Project Management: Rebuilding The Walls of Jericho (1 of 4)

Rebuilding the Walls of Jericho: The Right Leadership

A mature business will run on two parallels: the mature business as usual operations, which houses the day to day operations of the business and manages the interface of its products and the market. The second parallel will be the ongoing projects. Projects are an important aspect of a growing …

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Lenski’s Evolutionary Myth Debunked While Creation Hypothesis is Confirmed

An important scientific discovery once revealing compelling evidence in favor of evolution has been discovered to require reinterpretation, according to a growing number of scientists and researchers. Biologist Richard Lenski (Michigan State University) announced in 2008 that he had witnessed a “major evolutionary innovation.”  Lenski was part of the Long-Term …

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Purpose to Teach Your Children the Importance of Godly Friends

Teach Them What Constitutes a Good Friend, And Why Their Decisions on Friendship Are Important The friends that your child selects can either be joyful, or a source of friction in the home. Children need to know what qualities to look for in a good friend and why it is …

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King James Version Appeals to Millennials by Inserting Emojis

According to ChristianToday.com, in an effort to appeal to millennials, the King James Version of the Bible has been translated into emojis. This new translation is being marketed as the “scripture for millennials”, and is already available on iTunes for download. The authors of this new version of the Bible …

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Do Not Let This Generation Conform To This World But Be Transformed

What Are We Teaching The Next Generation and What Should Their Future Look Like? What does parenting in this generation look like?  While social norms continue to change, the Bible has not.  God’s Word is the same yesterday, today and forever.  God does not change.  Therefore, our ethics, morals, and …

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Trish Donohue Writes to Moms Who Want to Disciple Through Relationship

The relationship girls have with their mothers greatly impacts the women they become, and for busy moms in the thick of the parenting years that reality can seem overwhelming. Author Trish Donohue brings guidance for women who want to disciple their daughters but don’t know where to start in Between Us Girls: Walks …

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