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“Fight Church” review

Nate Pyle, the lead pastor of Christ’s Community Church in Fishers, Indiana (the Reformed church of America) reviews the movie “Fight Church” on Rachel Held

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World Suicide Prevention Day

Today, September 10th, is World Suicide Prevention Day. Robert Gebbia, CEO of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, writes in The Huffington Post on how

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Baseball and Little League

The Little League World Series showcased all that is good about baseball, while highlighting things that might need to change in the professional game. The

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