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Is Hollywood Getting Saved in 2014?

November 11th, 2014
Biblical blockbusters have done incredibly well in 2014, but as well as seeing an increase of God on screen – some of Hollywood’s biggest stars openly talked about their faith in God and Jesus. Read more
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Spice Girls' ‘Wannabe' Named Catchiest Song Ever By New Study

November 11th, 2014
In a finding that's sure to ignite debates among music lovers around the world, researchers say they've identified the catchiest song of all time. The winner: the 1996 Spice Girls hit "Wannabe." (Try getting that out of your head now.) Read more
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D.C. rapper Trip Lee Multi-tasks

November 11th, 2014
Multi-tasking has become second nature for Trip Lee, who balances vocations as a Christian rap artist, a pastoral assistant at a D.C. church and a published author with his duties as a husband and father of a 2-year-old son and a 4-month-old daughter. And all this while living with chronic fatigue syndrome, which sometimes leaves the 26-year-old bedridden. Read more
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10 Takeaways From Teens on Digital Media

November 11th, 2014
At the Digital Youth Think Tank held at the University of Washington iSchool on October 16-17, a panel of teens spoke honestly and candidly about their digital lives. One audience member tweeted, "God I love the honesty of teens." Another tweeted, "Amazing youth sharing their digital lives." Yet another posted, "Nice to hear people are asking & listening to #teens. They have great insight." Read more
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How Exercise Changes Your Brain To Be Better At Basically Everything

November 11th, 2014
The brain is fundamentally a lazy piece of meat, according to neuroscientist Gregory Berns. But take the body attached to it on a brisk walk or jog and suddenly your meat-brain is lighting up like a Lite-Brite. WHAT EXACTLY IS GOING ON IN THERE? "When we exercise, blood pressure and blood flow increase everywhere in the body, including the brain," Justin Rhodes, associate professor of psychology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign writes in Scientific American. "More blood means more energy and oxygen, which makes our brain...
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