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This weekend I got a tub of old goodies out of the garage and set my sights on the dozens of floppy disks I found inside. Yes, floppy disks. For you millennials reading who have no clue what I’m talking about, floppy disks are 3 and a half inch square disks that hold 1.2 meg of data. They were used in the 90’s and preceded the CD (compact disk). For those of you in Generation Z who might be reading ... continue reading »
How do you feel when you are asked to do something that reflects one of your life’s passions? Does excitement well up within you? Does it confirm in you that you’re making a difference? Does it cause everything else in your life to become a little more bearable? That’s what happens to me. I can climb a higher mountain, go the extra mile.
When I was recently asked to be part of the KSIV Encounter radio show team, I knew the ... continue reading »
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Long time care giver Peter Rosenberger says: “For an increasing number of families, the holidays result in stress, drama, and conflict as they gather together to celebrate. Many families are faced with the issues of an aging parents or loved ones who now has significant care-giving needs. With the massive baby-boomer population ... continue reading »
On December 5th, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear the case of Colorado cake artist, Jack Phillips. Could he lose his business because he stood up for his moral convictions? Could our first amendment rights also be at risk? Listen to this interview with Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz, Director of The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty to ... continue reading »
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