I am Second short film highlights Jeff Fisher’s walk to salvation

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Nonprofit, Pepsi MidAmerica collaborate to give fans VIP game-day experience with longtime NFL head coach

By Tonya Andris
Inside The Pew

When NFL fans think of Jeff Fisher, the moustache and cool sunglasses come to mind.

But now, Fisher has provided an enduring image of himself – son of the Almighty.

In a bonus […] Continue Reading…

Brown: What is stewardship?

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By Chris Brown
Special to Inside The Pew

When you think of stewardship, what comes to mind?

Maybe fundraising or a capital campaign. Possibly taking care of the environment. Or maybe you think it’s just a stale old word you’ve seen in history books. Maybe, if you’re being honest, you’re not really […] Continue Reading…

Earl: Grateful people are blessed

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By La Vonne Earl
Special to Inside The Pew

Have you ever noticed that people who are grateful are truly happy? Perhaps you think they are happy because things are going really well in their life, which very well could be true. Or perhaps there is a bigger secret as to […] Continue Reading…

SAGU football standout spends semester in Zimbabwe, Africa

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By Natalie Tristan
Special to Inside The Pew
It wasn’t the way Southwestern Assemblies of God University football standout Jeremiah Maat pictured his junior football season going.  During spring ball over a year ago, the linebacker tore his rotator cuff.  It was a season-ending injury and it changed the course of […] Continue Reading…

Archbishop Desmond Tutu to stay second night in hospital

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Desmond Tutu and wife

By Dan Wooding
Founder of ASSIST News Service

CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA (ANS) – The BBC is reporting that South Africa’s Archbishop Desmond Tutu will spend a second night in hospital for treatment of a “persistent infection,” his family said.

Archbishop Tutu thanked “everyone who had sent love and prayers” since his […] Continue Reading…