Fishing tip of the week

Wind and fishing
by Mike Gerry

If there is a number-one enemy of the weekend fishermen, it has got to be the wind! The wind can make a day on the lake just awful, or you can learn the benefits and use them to your advantage!

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Healthy Teen Relationships
by Teresia Smith

As we draw near to the end of summer break, everyone is in get-ready-for-back-to-school mode. Supplies need to be purchased, crisp, new clothes for the first day, schedules figured out and then we all look forward to watching our children learn and grow throughout the year. For our older teens, in addition to monitoring academics, it’s important that we discuss healthy relationships with them.

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Thoughts from The Bible

Victorious Christian Living
by Terry Broome

Preparation for heaven is merely begun, not completed with baptism. No one is baptized into heaven, but into Christ, into a new life, a new relationship.

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Fishing tip of the week

Frog mats
by Mike Gerry

Not all grass areas are created equal. When you have miles of great-looking grass that all looks good, something must stand out so you can make a choice; where do you fish, and what makes one clump of grass look better than others? These are the questions you must answer every time you get on the water and start looking for that frog bite.

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Love shouldn’t hurt – ever

Have a Conversation about Domestic Violence
by Rebecca Hieonymi

Domestic Violence is everywhere, affecting millions of people across the United States. Through action and education, we can end this epidemic. One way to do your part is to simply start a conversation with your loved ones about domestic violence. Here are 10 tips for having an informed conversation about domestic violence.

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