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Waynedale Opinion Articles

Our local writers give you insight of their original opinions on the latest Waynedale (Fort Wayne), Indiana news and entertainment topics. Movie, restaurant, show and event reviews are in this section.

IN FAITH

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Food of Love

 

The parades are great and the ball games are indispensable but Thanksgiving is all about the food. For Thanksgiving most of us want what our forefathers ate and we want it prepared the way our Grandmothers cooked it. Preparing such a meal is a labor of love. If you have someone willing to turn mere groceries into a feast for you this year, or if you have someone for whom you are willing to prepare a feast, than you most definitely have reason to give thanks. Even if you have no...

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HOMETOWN VIEWS

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Oooooohhhh I just have to tell you Wayne and I haven't been able to get out to eat at any restaurants in the area. We've both been laid up with the flu of all things. I haven't had a case like this in over thirty years. We've both had flu shots, being senior citizens and all, but it didn't do any good. My doctor said that there are over forty strains that he knew of so we must have got one that wasn't afraid of the flu vaccine that we got. So I'm afraid that I'll just have to wait till...

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“FORGOTTEN MINORITIES”

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Living in predominately Muslim countries and even in countries where Muslims are not in the majority, hundreds of thousands of Christian minorities live under persecution for their faith. In the best case scenarios, this persecution might be limited to discrimination in the work place and in attempts to restrict their freedom to worship according to their consciences. In the worst case scenario, for example, Sudan or Saudi Arabia, Christians are subjected to the most humiliating treatment...

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THAT'S THE WAY I SAW IT

Details Elmhurst Graduate Jessica Gullett

After Tech's 7th year of N.A.I.A. Women's Soccer they had their most successful season because of a roster of twenty very competitive players. This team is one tough bunch with this year's record of 17-3-2.

Tech should again be outstanding next year with this team's roster of 2-Seniors, 9-Juniors, 4-Sophmores, and 4-Freshmen.

Jessica Gullett, 1998 Elmhurst graduate was a part of this team. Being a Junior she will again participate in Tech's program next year. Jessica played basketball her...

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AT THE MOVIES WITH KASEY BUTCHER

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Charade vs. The Truth About Charlie

 

It's a story of murder, mistaken identity, mystery, money, and amour (there is no m-word for love in the thesaurus). It's the classic story of Charade, and it all begins back in 1963, when Regina Lambert (Audrey Hepburn) returns from vacation to find her house empty, her husband, Charles, dead, the small fortune that he stole missing, and three thugs are after her. She soon runs into a man, Peter Joshua (Cary Grant), who she met while on vacation. The...

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IN FAITH

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Scared Straight

 

It seems that some TV and radio preachers are obsessed with the message that the end of the world is near and we better be ready to meet the Lord in the clouds.

It reminds me of the time Dad and Mom took us to a revival meeting at the church in South Whitley that we attended. The evangelist was really preaching about being ready to join Jesus in the air. It was a strong message, and the results were, several people responded to the altar call.

Dad and I were talking about...

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