There are a number of articles that have been written on hymns and contemporary Christian music in the church. I have read several of them over the years and it is a topic I have been mulling over for some time. There are those who advocate for only hymnal music

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Summer can be a hard time to do something like the Tournament of Artists. I think in large part to the activities and travels that people take on in the summer the tournament has not beengetting the traction that it got inthe Spring. As a result, I’ve decided to take

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Vote for your favorite artists! Every week so far there have been votes that I consider surprises. If you are interested you can check out the previous rounds here. The winners from Round 1-G include: Raoul Dufy, Palmer Hayden, José Orozco, Giotto, Yves Tanguy, Franz Kline, Théodore Géricault, Giorgione, Elaine de Kooning, Auguste Rodin, & Winslow Homer Round 1-H brings 30 more

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Flamenco© 2014 Pamela Reynoso       My husband is too kind to mention this (that or he just gave up ;) ), but he has asked me for a couple of weeks now to make a Reynoso Art post because it’s my turn, after all. I will admit I

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Vote for your favorite artists! Every week so far there have been votes that I consider surprises. If you are interested you can check out the previous rounds here. The winners from Round 1-F include: CIndy Sherman, Anthony van Dyck, Louise Nevelson, Paul Signac, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Rousseau, Vincent van Gogh,

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If like me you grew up in the 70’s and 80’s and you love sci-fi and fantasy, this is a great time to live. Star Wars, The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings, Marvel, DC, Transformers…when I was a kid I could have even imagined the type of movies we are

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The end of the semester and the beginning of the summer through of my plans for the tournament. But, the series is back and we will find out what artist is the favorite of Faith onView readers. Vote for your favorite artists! Every week so far there have been votes

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I have a real fond spot for Transformers. As a kid, I watched the Transformers show every day after school and the first movie I ever saw without my parents was the 1986 animated film Transformers: The Movie. I still remember, in Junior High, going to see it at a

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Mom and Dad when Dad received the Hispanic Heritage Award. Today is the seventh anniversary of my mother’s passing. It is always a hard day. Mom and I were very close and she was the glue that held the family together. So many things have changed since she passed. One

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There is no doubt that I am late to the game reviewing The Lego Movie. It was a big hit earlier this year with almost half a billion in box office receipts. However, I only just saw the movie today when we took our family to see it as a

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