Kurt Myers
Kurt Myers

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A Martyr’s Death Did you know that many of the apostles and disciples of Christ died a martyr’s death? Here is the account of the intense persecution and cold...

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Mt. Rushmore After hearing the recent retirement announcement of Tom Brady and everyone proclaiming him as the “greatest of all time,” it made think about this in a...

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A Time For… The Most  Wonderful Time Of The Year It was 1963, a year much like the present one, when violence and conflict threatened to tear our lives and...

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It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year!!   I like Christmas, I do, and most the festivities that come along with it during the holiday season. However, the...

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“Classic” God Moments So here we are, just a few short days from the opening of the fair. WBFJ’s biggest live broadcast undertaking (outside the radio...

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 D I F F E R E N T A few weeks ago as the NFL training camps opened for all 32-teams, something happened at the Pittsburgh Steelers camp that had all the media buzzing....

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        From Astronaut to Artist Four years ago this month, an accident occurred at the corner of East Maxwell and Woodland Avenue and right in front of Fire Station...

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  Sharathon during a pandemic   No one saw it coming, but the ramifications of this unknown pandemic were far reaching and yet right at our doorstep here at...

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Sister Jean: Bracket Buster (Adapted in-part from The Spun) The Loyola Ramblers took the court on Sunday afternoon against in-state opponent Illinois in the second round...

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      The Father’s Heart My wife, Nancy and I have four grandchildren. It’s a whole different kind of love, giving and receiving. Nothing like it. Recently, one...