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Newest Technologies Allow Christian Businesses to Give Back

The tech world is all a-flutter with Apple’s newest announcement: the iPhone 7 and 7 plus will soon be available on the market. Although this release marks the smallest amount of design change in any iPhone generation, it’s still creating quite a buzz. These newest models sport higher quality cameras, a slightly sleeker design, and …Read more »


Hip New Church Attracts Tech-Savvy Millennials

How does one market the word of God to the Silicon Valley tech whiz? Ask Adam Smallcombe, the founder of the coolest megachurch in the Bay Area. This past spring, C3 Silicon Valley (C3SV), an offshoot of a Pentacostal church, posted a rap video on Facebook to advertise their Easter services. As of July 31, …Read more »




Christian Summer Camps Encourage Positive Play for Kids

Christian summer camps in Oklahoma hope to help kids find positive activities to engage in over summer. From toddlers to teenagers, kids around Cherokee County have plenty of options this summer. It’s a goal of the community to make sure these kids are both staying active and doing so in positive ways. “We just want …Read more »


Comic Relief Helping Others Help Themselves

Comic Relief, the British charity organization founded in 1985, is placing more emphasis on helping people help themselves all over the world. “This is different from our old strategy,” Judith McNeill, director of grants at Comic Relief, said. The charity organization launched a new strategy involving grants that will help struggling people find their own …Read more »


Dylan’s Candy Bar May Have Just Changed the Way We Eat Treats

New York-based Dylan’s Candy Bar has taken edible treats to a new level. The brand recently partnered with Katjes Magic Candy Factory to launch the first custom 3-D gummy candy printer in the United States. According to the New York Post, Dylan’s Candy Bar is one of the largest candy consortiums and brands in the …Read more »