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This Is Us 5

  Hopefully you will allow me just one more blog posting on the subject of This Is Us. Thank you for bearing with me as I’ve attempted to draw some important parallels between the popular television series and typical church

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This Is Us 4

  I’ve been focusing on the This Is Us television series featuring Jack, Rebecca, Kate, Kevin, and Randall – and the drama of their relationships across multiple generations. I have likened the show’s fictional family to “us” as a church

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This Is Us 3

I’ve been focusing on the This Is Us TV series featuring Jack, Rebecca, Kate, Kevin, and Randall – and the drama of their extended family across multiple generations. I have likened the fictional scenario to “us” as a church family:

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This Is Us 2

If you missed my last writing, I centered on the This Is Us national craze: the TV series which follows Jack, Rebecca, Kate, Kevin, and Randall – and the drama of their extended family across multiple generations. I likened it

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This Is Us

I don’t know if you caught the bug of the This Is Us craze at some point during its first season. The television series follows adult siblings Kate, Kevin, and Randall as their lives intertwine. Kate and Kevin were originally

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PROTESTant

Yesterday was International Women’s Day, and protests abounded across the globe. Some were visual statements about basic rights for women, some were expressions of gender solidarity, and some were just downright angry. It’s great to celebrate women. What is not

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Downtown Dreamin’

O.K., I know we’re not a big city. But I’ve been reading about the Little Caesars Arena and “The District Detroit.” It’s a 50-block span of sports, entertainment, dining, business, and public parks. If you’re a hockey fan, you probably

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END IT

It was a treat to participate in END IT last night at First Baptist Paducah. Those who led us in worship, as well as those who called us to action, are very passionate about the cause: “Shine a Light on

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Glitch

It started out as a little fun for Valentine’s Day. Now it’s not so much fun. The Harvard Computer Club created “Datamatch” so that students could find romance for the holiday. Now the eager computer programmers are in hot water.

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Up and Down

  It’s snowing in New York City. Today is the first time in history – since reliable weather records were kept at least – that the Big Apple has received more than six inches of snow on a day immediately

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