World-famous, Messianic musician Paul Wilbur has been singing praise and worship music for 38 years. After meeting Yeshua he experienced a radical life chang...
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There is a light that connects us. It’s the light of caring, kindness and compassion, steeped in the tradition of mitzvot and tikkun olam. It’s the light of our rich Jewish heritage of knowledge, history and culture, carried from generation to generation. It’s a guiding light we shine to lead the way forward in a storm. At Jewish Federation, bolstered by our seven core attributes, we Carry the Light by serving vulnerable populations, inspiring community engagement, and promoting Jewish life and learning. How do you Carry the Light in your everyday life? Find out more about how you can Carry the Light with us.
I Am the Black Woman Who Interrupted the Netroots Presidential Town Hall, and This Is Why
Black organizers claimed our rightful place at the front of the progressive movement.
3 tips to remember on Election Day
3 tips to remember on Election Day Translate this page 11/07/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff If you're voting tomorrow, on Election Day, you may be in for a wait. During early voting, an all-time-high number of registered voters cast their ballots, and counties across the state saw record-breaking turnout . Plus, voter turnout is usually high during presidential elections Here are a few reminders before you get in line. Know when and where to go. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day. Visit votetexas.gov to find your polling place and other helpful election info. Don’t stop at the top. Your ballot will have much more than just the presidency. Several federal and state races are down your ballot, and you have important local elections, like city council…
10 Things to Look for Every Time You Visit a Thrift Store
Like finding awesome stuff at great prices? Make the most of your thrift-store trips by always keeping an eye out for these items.
Why Bike Maps Should Look Like Subway Maps
Michael Graham wanted to make riders think about bicycle infrastructure like they do about transit.
What to Do the First Day of School (and Why)
Teaching is the profession that makes every other profession possible. It all starts that first day of school, Justin Minkel writes.
What people don't understand about paying for mental health treatment.
Every year millions of Americans face mental-health challenges, often at great expense.
In Photos: The Seed-Saving Farmers Who Pass Down Land to Their Daughters
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See How One Couple Is Fighting ALS With Love
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Welcome to Jail Inc: how private companies make money off US prisons
In a bid to cut costs, more state prisons and county jails are adding healthcare to the growing list of services that are outsourced to for-profit companies