Real Stuff My Dad Says 61: The Groovy Old Days Weren’t So Groovy

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[display_podcast] As we get older, we tend to reminisce about the days of our youth, often to a fault. And, according to my boss, Joel Fieri, the Baby Boomers, in particular, are too often too guilty of over-romanticizing the Groovy Old Days of the 60’s and early 70’s. As Billy Joel sang, “The good old days weren’t always so good and tomorrow ain’t as bad as it seems”. Now, in my childhood and teenage years, I remember hearing all about how wonderful those hippy days were – revolutionary times … [Read more...]

Open the Gates: A Woman’s Role in Islamic Culture

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[display_podcast]Pastor Daniel Massieh sits down with his friend Tach, a former Muslim women from Central Asia who now lives with the motto, “Nothing shall separate me from the love of Christ.  If God is for me who can be against me?”  Together, they discuss the role women play in today's Islamic culture.  Learn about her story of how she discovered Christ's love for her and His plan for her life.When compared to a Christian life, a Muslim woman’s life is nothing – similar to slavery. … [Read more...]


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