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Do I Have to Carve Jesus into a Pumpkin to be a Christian at Halloween?

Halloween is met with mixed reactions from Christians. Some say that participating in Halloween gives sanction to a holiday that promotes witches, divination, and other occult practices. Others parti…
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Cor Update and New Website

Check Out Cor’s New Website: corcolumbia.org The school year crept up on us before we realized we never sent out an end of spring/summer Cor update! We apologize and hope you enjoy the pictures and i…
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Rooftops Newsletter: More of a Good Thing

From time to time in the past, we used this space to report on the progress of the first nine congregate nutrition programs (CNPs) in Georgia that participated in NFESH’s What A Waste program. The re…
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Missouri Public Transit Association Recognizes "Champions of Transit"

As part of its 2018 State Conference and Expo, the Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA) recently celebrated the incredible efforts of several individuals for their exemplary commitment to champ…
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Missouri Public Transit Association Elects Turner, Mehmert and Auten as Officers of Its Board of Directors

The Missouri Public Transit Association (MPTA), announced the election of three new officers to its Board of Directors during its 2018 State Conference and Expo in Columbia last week. Kelly Turner of…
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Praying With The Psalms – Psalm 111

I often will turn to a Psalm in the Bible to help my prayer time with God in the morning. Like anyone, I find some Psalms more applicable to my life at the moment than others. For example, some Psalm…
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Seven Quick Thoughts on Praying with Your Kids

Most of us probably think it’s a good idea, at least in theory, to pray with our kids at bedtime. But we may be unsure of what we should pray with them about. Or we may think we sound like one of tho…
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Unsolicited Advice from a Repentant, Sober Father*

My dearest daughter, you are a woman now. That being the case, I have thought long and hard about the wisdom of offering any advice unsolicited. However, having personally witnessed the ongoing, year…
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Columbia Resident Graduates from WGU Missouri

Columbia resident Robin Callaway-Dianics, who graduated from WGU Missouri this year with a Master of Science in Management and Leadership, was officially recognized at WGU Missouri's commencement c…
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Coyote Hill Open House: This Sunday

Open House: Sunday, September 9th 1 – 4 PM at Coyote Hill: Directions ~~See firsthand the legacy you are building at Coyote Hill~~ Enjoy Games, Bounce House, Hayrides, FREE Smokin’ Chicks BBQ and Kon…
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U.S. Cellular Calls for Columbia Nominations for the Most Valuable Coach

Today, U.S. Cellular's Most Valuable Coach program returns for its third year to honor current coaches of K-12 school-affiliated sports teams who connect to the good in all of us by inspiring their…
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Does parenthood trump marriage?

Marriage or parenthood? Which do you value more? Is it more worthwhile to work at marriage and being the best spouse you can be, or to be devoted to your kids and raising them to be the best they can…
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10 Bible Verses Every Parent Needs To Know

Jesus: “Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.” God didn’t design anyone to be sustained only by food. We were made to to feed on the spiritual truth f…
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3 Lies Complainers Believe

A couple years ago I came across an ad for a counselor that promised the prospective client their money back if they weren’t completely satisfied. I don’t know if that’s a smart business strategy bec…
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Love Languages: The Good and The Bad

Everywhere I look it seems that I run into someone carrying around one of Gary Chapman’s books on Love Languages. There are plenty to choose from and it seems that he’s left no demographic untouched.…
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