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  • Wisdom from Average Joe’s Gym0

    The movie “Dodgeball: A True Underdog’s Story” premiered in 2004. The movie’s premise was that Peter LeFleur, the owner of Average Joe’s Gym, played by Vince Vaughn, faces foreclosure unless he can raise $50,000 in 30 days. His solution is to win the cash prize of a dodgeball tournament held in Las Vegas. To achieve

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  • Do It! Do It Now!0

    Now about the Gifts of the Spirit, brothers and sisters, I do not want you to be uninformed. ~ I Corinthians 12:1 Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good. ~ I Corinthians 12:7 Do it! Do it now! Three-year-old Eli just couldn’t stand it. Our desire to

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  • Useful Ways to Incorporate Social Media in Wedding Planning0

    Since its inception decades ago, social media has changed the world. As the popularity of social media exploded in the early part of the 21st century, various platforms emerged and ultimately affected movements pertaining to everything from politics to social justice to charitable efforts. Social media also has emerged as a great tool for couples

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  • Make Candles an Illuminating Part of the Ceremony0

    The warm, undulating light cast off by a candle adds an unmatched ambiance to a space. Multiply that candle by many and it can create a truly awe-inspiring atmosphere. Candlelight is a must at any evening wedding and can be a key to a successful party as guests tend to loosen their inhibitions in a

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  • The Evolution of Wedding Favors0

    Wedding favors have changed — and in many cases for the better. Favors have evolved from the inexpensive trinkets purchased in bulk into more personalized mementos that guests can cherish. Today’s couples are interested in customizing their weddings and offering guests something meaningful, or at the very least, edible, so that favors don’t immediately get

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  • Color of the Year 20210

    Each December, the Pantone Color Institute, a limited liability company specializing in standardizing color reproduction used in industries like graphic design, fashion design, brand forecasting, and printing, attempts to predict the tone for the year ahead in the form of color. Back in December 2019, they choose the hue “Classic Blue,” which was meant to

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  • School Days, Sports and Livin’ the Dream – Part 20

    I wasn’t always overweight. I honestly thought I would never have to worry about it. My legs were always so long and skinny, and I was built just like Gram Perry. She was always so skinny without even trying, and even my mom always said I was like my grandmother. I never had to worry

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  • Introducing the Backyard Gardener0

    Living in a town, borough, or even the city does not mean you cannot have a garden. You do not need acres of land, big tractors, and a barn. All it takes is a little time, garden soil, and yard space, or even garden pots. I have lived in Pennsylvania my whole life. I come

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  • Style File – Hygge

    Style File – Hygge0

    As we begin a new year facing a long, cold, and isolating winter, it may seem like there’s not much light at the end of the tunnel. However, instead of bracing ourselves against the lonely, dark days ahead, why not embrace sticking close to home with a bit of Hygge style? What is Hygge, and

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  • Making Changes: Part One

    Making Changes: Part One0

    We finally entered a brand-new year! I don’t know about you, but after Christmas is all over, I look forward to the new year. It feels like a fresh start. We all need one of those after the year we had last year. Do you make a resolution? Some people think they are silly, and

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  • Rick Mahonski – Wrestling Great

    Rick Mahonski – Wrestling Great0

    Though Rick Mahonski’s older brothers, Bob and Bill, wrestled, he did not intend to become a wrestler. In fact, it wasn’t until a 7th-grade gym class with Coach Hank Green that Mahonski seriously considered it. “Coach Green had these unbelievably tall climbing ropes in class, and if you could get to the top, he basically

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  • You Are a Masterpiece0

    Note: This article appeared in the March 4, 2020, edition of the Webb Weekly. As you well know, the COVID shutdown hit the very next week. My articles tend to be summaries of the sermons I preach at church, and this article was the supposed to be the first in a 12-week series. Well, that

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