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Monday 10/24/2016
Ahwatukee moms’ shadow puppets teach kids the Bible
Posted: October 24, 2016


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Jewish tradition of sukkahs creates a reminder of our life
Posted: October 24, 2016

It is the Jewish tradition to build a sukkah in early fall. The sukkah is a temporary hut or shelter in which the Israelites lived as they wandered through the desert for forty years during the Exodus.

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Sunday 10/23/2016
Cow protection program spreads the message of kindness
Posted: October 23, 2016

Stress-free lives are not the prerogative for most Americans, but a herd of cattle in San Tan Valley is receiving just that.

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Saturday 10/22/2016
Ahwatukee author’s book explores Bible’s ‘Song of Songs’
Posted: October 22, 2016

Anyone who ever wondered why the passionate love poem “Song of Songs” is in the Bible may find some answers in Ahwatukee author Judy Lokits’ new book.

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Sunday 10/16/2016
God’s encouragement can come in many different forms
Posted: October 16, 2016

A year ago, my youngest daughter and I moved from Arizona to Colorado. Last month we moved to Wisconsin.

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Orthodox church in East Valley welcomes icon from Russia
Posted: October 16, 2016

Orthodox Christians consider icons “windows to heaven,” according to Father Philip Armstrong of St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church in Chandler.

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Sunday 10/09/2016
Jesus demands man comes down from his high horse of judgment
Updated: October 12, 2016 - 2:40 pm

Have you ever felt small? In one sense, we’ve all felt small the moment after saying or doing something we regret.

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Sunday 10/02/2016
New Life Church pastor marks 25 years in Ahwatukee
Posted: October 02, 2016

When Pastor Paul Lavino arrived in Ahwatukee in 1991, he had three months’ pay from the Assembly of God Church to set up a congregation and support his wife and their two young children.

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We need to address self-forgiveness during the High Holy Days and year-round
Posted: October 02, 2016

Forgiveness is a central theme of the Jewish High Holy Days, which begin Sunday night.

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Tuesday 09/27/2016
Taking account of the ways we’ve missed (and hit) the mark
Updated: October 04, 2016 - 10:56 am

“I want to make a confession, to give an accounting to myself, and to God. In other words, to measure my life and actions against the lofty ideals I’ve set for myself. To compare that which should have been with that which was…”

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Sunday 09/25/2016
East Valley man attends canonization of Mother Teresa, ‘completes the circle’
Posted: September 25, 2016

Joe Reynolds remembers meeting Mother Teresa when she visited the Valley in 1989. He said she radiated “a presence of peace.”

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Sunday 09/18/2016
What the Olympics taught us about persevering in our faith
Updated: September 22, 2016 - 11:56 am

The coverage of this year’s Summer Olympics in Rio produced the inspiring story of the two runners (New Zealand's Nikki Hamblin, and U.S. runner Abbey D'Agostino) who tripped and fell in the 5,000- meter contest, but encouraged each other to get up and finish the race.

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Thursday 09/15/2016
Pastor recollects how much life, and faith, changed after 9/11
Posted: September 15, 2016

Tom Shrader was in Virginia that day, having spoken to a convention of executives in New York City earlier that week.

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Sunday 09/11/2016
Struggles are temporary, no matter how long they seem to continue
Posted: September 11, 2016

I've been dealing with a mold problem in my current home. Although there is no visible mold, my doctor was able to detect it in my lungs with testing.

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Catholic Charities offers tips on decompressing and avoiding stress
Updated: September 12, 2016 - 4:26 pm

How many times have you arrived at work already feeling stressed and your workday hasn’t even started?

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Thursday 09/08/2016
Dry Heat Fever can lead people away from a sense of community
Posted: September 08, 2016

The Dry Heat Fever strikes around 110 degrees and I have sad news.

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Sunday 08/28/2016
String connects East Valley Jews with their heritage
Posted: August 28, 2016

It’s little more than a fishing line strung between 10-foot-tall poles, but it represents freedom to many Jews in the East Valley.

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Noah’s Ark facsimile raises questions that go beyond fact
Posted: August 28, 2016

Recently the small town of Williamstown, Kentucky, located about 40 miles south of Cincinnati, was in the national news for an unusual reason: the grand opening of Ken Ham’s “Ark Encounter,” a 510-foot boat that claims to be the largest timber structure in the world.

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Choose words carefully so they are true, helpful, and good
Updated: August 29, 2016 - 2:32 pm

Words have extraordinary power.

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Thursday 08/25/2016
Faith section: We believe it’s part of the news
Posted: August 25, 2016


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