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Music Review: Water & Guns – Aaron Sprinkle

Aaron Sprinkle releases his fifth solo album after working with such bands as Anberlin, Emery, Project 86, Rose Blossom Punch, and others. With such a diverse taste in music Sprinkle so greatly captures the essence of modern music in Water & Guns. With notes of tranquility alongside hints of progressive Electronica, Water & Guns brings a mix of Silversun Pickups ...

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Book of Days – Book Review

Cameron Vaux is losing his memory. It started out as a small annoyance—forgetting he’d written himself a note five minutes ago—but now it’s become a big problem—losing memories of his wife, killed two years ago. The creepy thing is, Cameron’s late father predicted this would happen. And when it started, his father told him to find the Book of Days. ...

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Music Review: Colton Dixon – A Messenger

Colton Dixon rise in the music industry over the past year, began with his American idol Season 10 audition. He showered the nation with his voice and left impressions on every listener throughout his journey. He continues to make more impressions with his label, Sparrow Records. Colton’s first album, “A Messenger” contains uplifting, encouraging, and positive Christian music. It includes ...

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Book Review – “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins

Daring, romantic, and dangerously death defying. The Hunger Games is absolutely the most exciting on-the-edge-of-your-seat kind of book! The main character, 16 year-old Katniss Everdeen, begins her story with having the responsibility of taking care of her mother and sister. To care for her family, Katniss and her best friend Gale, hunt and trap in the woods, an act forbidden ...

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Interview with Tony Nolan, Author of “Hurt Healer”

Swaying to the music, you look up to the stage. Your eyes stay there as the music stops and a man takes the microphone. Instead of singing, he speaks words encouragement and comfort; words of conviction and guilt, and love and acceptance. He speaks words of life that pick you up from your low ground, and make you see God ...

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Book Review – “The Witness” by Josh McDowell

International Adventure: “The Witness” by Josh McDowell (2 July 2010; 192 words) Marwan Accad, a security agent, is the only witness to Rafeeq Ramsey’s murder. After some investigation, he becomes the prime suspect in the murder. Marwan goes on the run in a chase covering both sides of the Mediterranean. From Monte Carlo to Casablanca to Cairo, he relies on ...

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