The typical Sunday morning lecture time wasn't working as well as it might. So, Pastor Rick Bundschuh set out to try some different approaches to engage his congregation, ignite their faith, and extend his messages well beyond the Sunday morning hour.

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Probably the most amazing version ever of Paul Simons "Sounds of Silence".

The band comprises vocalist David Draiman, bassist John Moyer, guitarist Dan Donegan, and drummer Mike Wengren.

According to front man David Draiman the lyrics that he writes are inspired by life experience, perception, and actual experiences of his own, and he stated that he likes to present his ideas with cryptic lyrics.

These lyrical themes range from the Judeo-Christian concept of Heaven and Hell, domestic abuse, suicide, insanity, relationships, war, to more fantasy-like themes, such as vampirism, werewolves and demons.


"Nietzsche said 'God is Dead' and there was Einstein and Freud and we start out the 20th Century saying we are now the Gods and the greatest thing we could do as 'god' was create the bomb".

A Harvard scientist has rejected the idea wealth, fame and success can make for a “good life” – and instead argued that strong relationships are what make people happy and healthy.

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The virgin birth, the bodily resurrection and the Holy Trinity—many Christians find it difficult to accept the more miraculous elements of the Bible.
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Visits to area churches do indicate a shakeout is taking place. Christianity isn’t collapsing; it’s being clarified.
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The festival circuit has peaked. There's too many of them and there are not enough big acts to headline them

Harvey Goldsmith

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Research has linked people’s longevity with religious participation

Religion, spirituality, decreasing attendance at religious services, the closing of churches and temples, all seem to be topics of little interest. But they become more important when you realize their impact on our culture, our health and our well-being.

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How one generation killed the music industry. We’re in the midst of the greatest music industry disruption of the past 100 years. A fundamental shift has occurred — a shift that Millennials are driving.

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Music can't last forever,
not even on the Internet. 1000's of songs could be lost.

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The Future of World Religions: Population Growth Projections, 2010-2050 (Islam the fastest growing religion)
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Three reasons the West is losing the war with Islamic State
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Everything in the Music Industry Has Changed Except the Song Itself
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Music we're currently listening to
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Why a burger chain with only 68 restaurants is worth almost as much as Wendy's
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Do you have a family recipe to share?
It seems we all have a recipe that was handed down from great grandma. Is it in danger of being lost forever?
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