Guest Column

March 29, 2018

In New Jersey, segregation is a cultural issue that demands the immediate attention of Christians. Nearly 87 percent of Christian churches in the U.S. are either made up of only white, or only African-American parishioners. When we worship in the comfortable bubble of segregation, we miss the ...

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In a country that is more racially divided than ever, our churches reflect the divide on Sunday morning. In America, we miss the mark on integrating the faces and lives of many races and ethnicities into our Christian communities. LifeWay conducted a survey of 994 churchgoers who attend ...

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Facebook recently announced it will be changing its feed and algorithms so that news from publishers and posts from businesses will be relegated in favor of posts about your neighbor’s cat.  Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that Facebook is making these changes because he is concerned about his ...

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Buriram, Thailand - English Camp. If you are an English teacher in Thailand, you have definitely heard or engaged in English Camp. If you are not a teacher in Thailand, English Camp is a day where students play in English activities created by the foreign teachers.  It is similar to a field day ...

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Born and raised in South Plainfield, New Jersey no one expected this small town girl to one day be the reincarnation of Lewis and Clark. Chelsea Cullen, 25, grew up on S.P.’s specialties: Bagel Pantry’s bagels, Tiger Shark morning practices, and Thanksgiving football games.  The small town luxuries ...

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