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"The kingdom of God is like kudzu planted in a field." Would Jesus have ever said such a thing? Yes, I think so. You see, he once compared God's work in this world to a growing ""mustard seed" and like ""yeast mixed in with the dough." Making the jump from mustard and yeast to kudzu is not as far a leap as you might think.
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Creative Communication has announced its spring 2015 Essay, Poetry and Art contests.
A dash of drama for your interiors can make the difference between a blah place and a stunning interior designed home. Sometimes, drama has gotten a bad name but, when it comes to interiors, a splash of drama is what distinguishes your custom designed space unique.
Working in real estate I have worked with many clients who have traditions when it comes to buying or selling their home. One of the most fascinating is the art of feng shui. I really didn’t know much about it other than a few clients have chosen, or not chosen, a property based on certain floor plans.
An epidemic of biblical proportions is sweeping the world!
The spring 2015 arts events season at Arizona State University’s West campus will feature concerts, films, visual art installations and more.
I’ll admit, I have a thing for condiments. My refrigerator is full of them. Mustards, chutneys, ketchups, mayonnaises and so on. And I love them all.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Refusing to bend to the new Republican Congress, President Barack Obama unveiled Tuesday night an ambitious State of the Union agenda steeped in Democratic priorities, including tax increases on the wealthy, education and child-care help for the middle class and a torrent of veto threats for the GOP's own plans.
A Phoenix man was arrested Thursday after an infant injured in his care died, according to police.
J.C. Chandor’s “A Most Violent Year” is a unique crime drama primarily due to its central character, Abel Morales. With a title like “A Most Violent Year,” you’d think Abel would be a hostile pig that’s constantly ordering hits and shouting obscenities. While he engages in unlawful activities, Abel is probably one of the most reputable and humble criminals cinema has ever seen. He doesn’t cheat on his wife, do drugs, or abuse the second amendment. Even when he has to put a dying animal out of its misery, he’s reluctant to do the deed.
Medicare's top administrator unexpectedly resigned Friday, becoming the latest casualty of the troubled rollout of the president's health care law.
Auguste Deter was a forty-something-year-old woman living in Kassel, Germany.
A judge on Wednesday ordered state officials and legislators to the bargaining table with school districts in a bid to finally end a $1.3 billion lawsuit over funding.
Gov. Doug Ducey may have to deal early on with a problem dumped on him by the previous administration: the unconstitutional expansion of Medicaid.
Students who undergo training at state-approved driving schools will now be able to receive training completion certificates that may waive written and road tests at Motor Vehicle Division offices.
HERE: An Evening with Tommy Lasorda & Luis Gonzalez Jan. 10
The question of whether “dreamers” can keep their Arizona driver's licenses could depend on who a federal judge believes first came up with the idea to reject them.
Phyllis Tickle is a lecturer and author primarily on religion and spirituality. She has commented that roughly every 500 years the church has a rummage sale where some of the old is let go to make room for the new. She points to Gregory the Great who transformed Christian worship in the sixth century, the Great Schism in the 11th century and the Reformation in the 16th.
Fifty-year-old notebooks full of stories are being given new life and the author is hoping the work will inspire the current generation, too.
In December, Congress approved and the president signed into law legislation that paves the way for the expansion of the Resolution Copper Mine in Superior, Ariz. I’m extremely proud to have worked as a team with my Arizona colleagues in the Senate and House, most notably Sen. Jeff Flake, Congressman Paul Gosar, and Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, to advance this legislation.
During the last 50 years, the average person’s health has been significantly challenged and weakened due to unhealthy food choices, poor food quality, depleted soils, antibiotics, GMOs, NSAIDs, and altered gut bacteria. Many are completely unaware that leaky gut is the root cause of their health problems.
Testimony that was expected to resume Monday in Jodi Arias' sentencing retrial was postponed to let lawyers interview a witness whose identity hasn't been revealed.