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Jason Hartman starts off the show discussing the changing economy and how economic prosperity isn't usually good for human character. Too many people start taking advantage of being able to make the easy sell and stop playing the long game, only focusing on the short game. He also explores the impact golf courses are having to property values as many are shut down across the country due to lack of interest
Then Jason talks with Parag Khanna, author of The Future is Asian…

During the government shutdown, VA is not only still open for business, but we are actively working to provide you with much needed support and relief.

Jason Hartman talks with Matt Taibbi, contributing editor at Rolling Stone and author of books such as Griftopia and The Divide, about bubbles. The two explore how Fed policy has been leading to bubbles throughout the years, how Wall Street is designed to take advantage of the average citizen and what we can learn from the history of bubbles
Key Takeaways:
[6:15] Will we learn how little we actually need the government by the time this shutdown is over?
[7:40] The government doesn't…

Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 190, originally published in November 2010
Jason Hartman talks with Guinness World Record Holder, David Farrow on this “every tenth show” where we’ll explore how to improve memory and concentration. If you’re like most people, you’re constantly forgetting things. People’s names. Where you put the keys. Even things you read just moments before. Your mind is like a cluttered…

Discover the history and cultural heritage of today’s Chattahoochee Valley with local historians, evocative images, and dynamic reenactments in this exciting...

January 12th
For the past year you have showed up in a BIG way for your community! We are committed to keeping up the good work through MAPS|Local! On January 12th teams from Evangel Temple will tackle household repairs, maintenance, and building projects that can be completed in about half a day. For more info, contact Glen Matlock: glenmatlock@ymail.com
January 13th
Award winning artist Karen Peck and New River will be singing at Evangel Temple on Sunday, January 13th at 6pm. This night…

Just like students, schoolhouses come in all shapes and sizes. Discover which historic school best fits your personality.

Last week we received a touching letter from Bishop Hartmayer regarding the Bishop's Annual Appeal. His note is printed in the bulletin this week. Please take a moment to read it and understand how important it is to support the universal mission of the Church
Media Ministry
Do you like computers? If so, we need your help! This weekend, if all goes well, we should begin streaming all of our Sunday liturgies on the Internet. This will enable our sick and homebound to…

From a game-changing drugstore serum to a set of lipstick shades designed to look good on everyone (yes, everyone!), here are 13 beauty products worth the hype.

Tami Sawyer, a Tennessee politician and activist, says that after Cyntoia Brown's commutation, "we cannot go back to business as usual, we must continue to address mindsets and policies to stymie the impact of the illegal sex trafficking trade on black communities."

I have to say that the friars' first Christmas in Columbus was beautiful. The Masses were well attended and prayerful. The church decorations were very well done. The warmth and best wishes that the parish shared with us was very touching. After all was said and done, the friars all gathered together for a Christmas meal (cooked by Fr. Mark) and some peaceful time together, just like any family. On Wednesday, several of the friars went home to see their families and friends…

The economy and housing are inexorably linked. Here's what one forecast predicts for 2019.

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During the holiday season, we spend time with family and friends, eat great food, create life-long memories. It's important to remember to give during the holiday season. You can spread joy all year long by donating to United Way's annual campaign
Many local nonprofit agencies would not be able to keep their doors open without United Way funding. Your donation this holiday season will allow these agencies to continue helping those who need it most.
Watch the video to hear about how your…

By now, you’ve seen a story (or two) about Facebook and data privacy. Maybe it’s caused you to stop and think about what information social media platforms have access to — and what they do with it. Social media isn’t going away, which is why we need to spend time learning about privacy settings. What …

Award winning artist Karen Peck and New River will be singing at Evangel Temple on Sunday, January 13th at 6pm . This night of worship will be filled with southern gospel favorites. Karen Peck’s genuineness on stage has a way of touching your soul... one minute you’re laughing and the next you’re s

For the past year you have showed up in a BIG way for your community! We are committed to keeping up the good work through MAPS|Local! On January 12th teams from Evangel Temple will tackle household repairs, maintenance, and building projects that can be completed in about half a day. For mor

When it comes to getting things done, it’s hard to beat the power of a team. Despite how much work you think you can do all on your own, teams help you accomplish things better and in a less time than you could ever do all by yourself. However, not just any old team will …

The friars were so touched and grateful for the large turnouts at our Mercy Mondays this Advent. It was a privilege for us to speak with you and share the Lord's mercy and forgiveness with anyone who sought it. Rest assured that it will also be our practice to celebrate Mercy Mondays on every Monday during Lent
Where Are the Calendars?
One or two people have asked me where the church calendars are. They are sitting in the Parish Office by the copy…