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The Bottom Line Movie Review:  The Shack

The Bottom Line Movie Review: The Shack

Movie Review:  The Shack Rated: PG13 Running time: 2 hours 12 minutes When Mack, a typical suburban husband and father of three played by Sam Worthington, is first introduced to us, we see an average man without a strong connection to faith, prayer, or spending time with God. We soon find out that his wife […]

What’s in Your Closet

What’s in Your Closet

  In television comedies, like I Love Lucy, an actor opens a surreptitiously bulging door to a storage area and is buried in an avalanche of junk. Something similar happened one day when all three of my daughters visited my home. My youngest, Jenessa, tried to open the basement closet door. A small pow-wow between […]

The Questionnaire at the Eye Doctor

The Questionnaire at the Eye Doctor

Last week, I had the privilege of going to the eye doctor alone. Those with small children will understand why I call this a privilege. Going anywhere alone is like a vacation, no matter how short-lived. And plus, the eye doctor is one of the better appointments you could have. No uncomfortable situations like visiting […]

Stuffed With Stuff by Tony Guerrero

Stuffed With Stuff by Tony Guerrero

STUFFED WITH STUFF Tony Guerrero “Declutter!” It’s such a modern catch word. There are articles, websites and even entire television shows dedicated to the idea that we hoard too much stuff and that it can be liberating to free ourselves from all the “junk” we collect over the years. But it’s not that new of […]

Movie Review~ Hidden Figures

Movie Review~ Hidden Figures

The Bottom Line with Rob Proper Hidden Figures PG-13  Run Time: 2 hours 7 minutes   My wife Stephanie and I took our two daughters to see the movie Hidden Figures. It is the remarkable story of a group of African-American women known as “computers,” who worked for NASA as mathematicians, computer programmers and engineers […]

When You Want to Be Someone Else

When You Want to Be Someone Else

From the Pastor’s Corner, Tyler Bakker     A question that often comes up in my mind and in conversations with others is, “What does God want me to do with my life?” Not so much in, “is what I’m doing wrong” sort of way but rather “am I making the most of my life?” […]

Facing a Season of Allergies

Facing a Season of Allergies

When seasonal allergies are knocking on your door, you may try many different medications to help stop the itching, sneezing and watering eyes. These medications may ease the itch but you may not be happy with your allergy pills. Many of them make you drowsy and dehydrated, but your nose is still runny. Instead of […]

Your Best with Kathy Weckwerth’s Exclusive Radio Interview with Nashville Artist, Jill Phillips

Your Best with Kathy Weckwerth’s Exclusive Radio Interview with Nashville Artist, Jill Phillips

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What Christ Wasn’t Afraid Of

What Christ Wasn’t Afraid Of

Our greatest example of what it looks like to be real and authentic is  Jesus Christ In Matthew 14:14, Jesus isn’t afraid to heal others. “When Jesus landed and saw a large crowd, he had compassion on them and healed their sick.” In John 11 Jesus isn’t afraid to cry in front of others. “Jesus […]

Wintry Days & Depression

Wintry Days & Depression

So many times during long Minnesota winters, I find my friends discouraged and down, and even walk through depression myself.  Here’s the truth, whether you live in the dark days of Minnesota, Michigan or Wisconsin, or you’re walking in the sunshine of California or Arizona, every single one of us faces depression at one time […]