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Exercising faith and compassion

Pathways

Nearly seven years ago, Pathways Church told its members to stay away from its usual Sunday worship services. The congregation has never been the same. That Sunday the Santee congregation joined forces with Vision San Diego and its Don’t Go ...

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Lessons in suffering

Rainbow

During Mike Atkinson’s 14-month journey with kidney failure, he has discovered that “while physical ailments can bring you down, there are some things that I’ve learned that help remind me that I’m a human and not a blob in a recliner.” ...

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Not just a moment

moments

When I was 13, my mom died. The last interaction I had with her when she was conscious was awkward. I brought all my 13-year-old angst to the conversation. I never had the chance to speak with her after that. ...

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Hollywood reality

homeless

In the shadow of show-biz glitz the homeless dwell while Christian ministries set out to help them. Movie fans in more than 200 countries this year watched the Oscar ceremonies at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre, steps away from the historic Grauman’s ...

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Beyond Google love

Google love

We live in a world obsessed with love. It’s hard to read a book or watch a movie or even listen to a song that isn’t somehow about love. A common phrase on the Internet is so bold as to ...

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Musician’s charity work strikes a chord with kids

Marz Jukebox

Lamar Lacañgan had just come off of a multi-year tour with his singing group, Kindred Three, and time became his new companion. “I chose not to re-sign my deal,” he said. “After that I was, ‘OK, now what? What have ...

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Point blank | Shooting alters singer’s direction

Marz Jukebox

Lamar Lacañgan was sitting in the driver’s seat of his car. Next to him was Tony, a friend from high school. A recent graduate of Rancho Buena Vista High School, Lacañgan was visiting his hometown during a break from pharmacy ...

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