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TV Show Reviews Flight of the Conchords

This summer HBO introduced a new comedy series following the lives of “New Zealand’s fourth most popular folk-parody duo” as they try to make a name for themselves in the United States. The group is comprised of two men, Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement, as well as their manager Murray …

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Movie Reviews City of Ember

City of Ember directed by Gil Kenan written by Caroline Thompson based on the book by Jeanne Duprau starring Saoirse Ronan, Harry Treadaway, Bill Murray, Martin Laudau, Lucinda Dryzek, B.J. Hogg, Tim Robbins, Liz Smith In yet another grieving apocalypse, a world is defeated and it’s up to two rag …

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Movie Reviews the Bucket List

Dreams to fulfil – The Bucket List Death – you never know when it comes. Are you sure you would like to know when it will happen? Are you curious how much life you have left?  “The Bucket List “ is a 2007 comedy–drama film. A story of two men. …

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Reflections Life Coach

From the beginning of time, information and apprenticeship has been a mainstay for many vocations. Guilds were formed in early times to train individuals on a particular craft. We have formed schools dedicated to specific skills that are necessary for entry into the fields of technology, fashion, business, theology, medical …

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Confronting a Cheating Spouse

Do you really need for your spouse to admit to you that they have cheated? I believe that most spouses of someone who cheats knows that the spouse has cheated. Although you may not want to admit this out loud, you know what the truth is. Your spouse makes excuses …

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Jesus the eternal life

Hope is a tangible reality rather than an intangible desire. Many see hope as something one musters up akin to positive thinking towards the desired goal. However, when Scripture speaks of hope, it speaks of something that is tangibly within the nature of Jesus. Likewise, when the Scriptures speak of …

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When Open Marriage goes Wrong

I have a friend who confides in me things that I don’t want to know. I am like her unofficial marriage counselor, the one who is willing to listen but not getting paid out of it. She’s beautiful and full of charisma; so lively that it would be impossible not …

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How not to overstay

You’re in town visiting your dear friend and her husband, you’ve been there for a couple of days, and you’ve shared plenty of laughs and talked about old times with your friends. However, after the third day, everything is getting a bit stale. You feel as if you’re in the …

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Bible Study the Book of Job

In the land of Uz, there lived a man, whose name was Job. This man was blameless and upright, though not sinless. His family was blessed with three daughters and seven sons. His wealth, marked by what he owned, exceeded well over seven thousand sheep, three thousand camels, five hundred …

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