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Around Fifty Ways To Get More Playables Traffic To Your Website

Everyone knows traffic = money, so here’s 50 ways you can get traffic to your website, affiliate offers, CPA campaigns etc. and hopefully make more money online   Write and submit articles to the article directories. Leave comments on other people’s blogs with a backlink to your site. Answer people’s

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Inspiration Through Exasperation

I was asked to design our church logo for the Relay for Life tee shirts. I have designed many tee shirts in the past, so I thought that it would be “a piece of cake.” But in reality, I felt dry as a bone with no inspiration, even when I

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Missions volunteers getting home base in New York City, Canada, Puerto Rico

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP)–Southern Baptists’ ambitious plans for sending thousands of volunteers to work with new and existing churches in New York next year once faced a harsh reality of life in the city. With hotel rooms running $200 or a more a night and local churches far too small to serve as overnight hosts, housing was a problem. The solution: a corner building in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn

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Inspiration Through Exasperation

I was asked to design our church logo for the Relay for Life tee shirts. I have designed many tee shirts in the past, so I thought that it would be “a piece of cake.” But in reality, I felt dry as a bone with no inspiration, even when I looked at other logos. In my Experiencing God group, some of us are using a daily prayer journal as a

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Gratitude for Glorieta voiced in church’s $45,000 contribution

ALBUQUERQUE (BP)–Wayne Barber grew up in the Southeast, where LifeWay Ridgecrest Conference Center helped nurture his faith. So when Barber moved to Albuquerque to pastor Hoffmantown Church, he decided to give something back to the LifeWay conference center in the Southwest. Hoffmantown Church committed a $45,000 donation to LifeWay Glorieta Conference Center during the fiscal year, which ends June 30 for the church. Barber said the church plans to continue

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Graduation season provides first real test of fed prayer guidelines

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)–New federal guidelines on prayer at public school graduations haven’t stopped complaints from popping up nationwide, including a “bizarre” one in Wisconsin. Winneconne (Wis.) High School senior Rachel Honer was asked to speak at her high school graduation but chose instead to sing “He’s Always Been Faithful” by contemporary Christian music’s Sara Groves. When the school administration told her to insert personal pronouns for the word “God,” Honer

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FIRST-PERSON: Homosexuality: a question of legitimacy

McMINNVILLE, Ore. (BP)–Don’t look now, but the most recent effort to portray homosexuality as normal, natural and healthy is underway courtesy of CBS. The network’s current installment of “The Amazing Race,” a reality program that features 12 couples/teams racing around the world in a quest for a million-dollar prize, touts one same-sex pair as “The Married Couple.” According to a report on WorldNetDaily, a CBS spokesperson is quoted as saying,

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Disabled woman undergoes court-approved abortion

MIAMI (BP)–A mentally impaired south Florida rape victim underwent a court-authorized abortion May 29 after intervention efforts by pro-life advocates failed. Doctors aborted the nearly six-month-old unborn child at Miami’s Jackson Memorial Hospital after a two-week legal battle over the baby’s fate, The Miami Herald reported. Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Arthur Rothenberg considered ordering a live Cesarean section at the request of Liberty Counsel, a pro-life law organization, but decided early

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