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Here's movie reviews of "42- The Jackie Robinson story" and "Not Today." Both are PG-13, but Bob from Pluggedin.com gave them both strong ratings!
Here's a review for Tyler Perry's latest film: Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor.
Jay DeMarcus talks about faith, music, grace & parenting with Scott Herrold from the SOS Morning Show!
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Now that spring is here, there's so much great fresh fruit at the grocery store. My kids LOVE strawberries and grapes, but I get bit grossed out when the fruit gets mushy. I did a little research on how to keep our fruit in the best shape and here's a tip I found that really works.
Fill a large bowl with water, add a cup of vinegar & mix it. Let the fruit soak for about 10 min. The watr will look dirty, but the fruit will shine. It kills mold spores and removes the wax & dirt. Your fruit will last longer if you try this as soon as you bring it home.
We have reviews for all the newest movies!
The Croods, GI Joe:Retaliation, Olympus Has Fallen, Oz The Great & Powerful, Jack the Giant Slayer, Admission, The Incredible Burt Wondersone & more.
Ken Andrews from The Biggest Loser 11 was on our morning show talking about health, weightloss, faith & motivation. He's lost over 200 lbs! He shared how Type 2 Diabetes does not have to be a life sentance, how God has changed his view of self image and how some basic changes in his life are saving him a ton of money.
Imagine walking into your church, and instead of seeing the Crucifixion Cross prominently displayed, your eyes are drawn to an electric chair near the altar. Picture the cover of your Bible, with The Cross replaced by "the chair."
The more you glance around, the more you notice the eponymous symbol for modern execution on display from every angle. All the crosses in your church have been replaced by electric chairs.
We are used to seeing the cross Christ hung on as a symbol of hope, salvation, forgiveness, and peace. We take comfort in what the Cross has come to represent.
In fact, I rarely associate the image of The Cross with the brutality of what took place on it, or leading up to the time Jesus spent on it.