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Tuesday, 12 December 2017
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Approximately ten years ago, I was asked a very interesting question. The person asked: “Are you humble?” I wasn’t sure, and I’m still not sure, if the person was being sincere or attempting to “prove” that I wasn’t humble with his question. Humility has been defined as the act of demonstrating modesty; therefore, if I said “Yes, I’m humble,” he would have said “No, you aren’t based on your answer.” If I answered “No, I am not humble,” he would have said: “I’ve proven my point!” My answer to his question was: “I’m trying to be.” For those of us who are seeking to be proactive and assertive in our efforts to promote the gospel of Jesus Christ, to serve as leaders in our homes and communities and to create innovative ways to minister to people in need, the act or process of displaying humility can be a real challenge. However, as followers of Jesus Christ, we must embrace the fact that the Christian message calls us to be humble and to serve with humility.  Peter, a disciple of Jesus Christ, said: “Humble yourselves, then under God’s mighty hand, so that He will lift you up in His own good time (1 Peter 5:6).” In Colossians 3:12, the Apostle Paul stated: “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.”  Humility is a quality that we must continue to strive to embrace as we are called to love God and our neighbors as ourselves (see Mark 12:30-31).

Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ said: “For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted (Luke 14:11).” Jesus’ words suggest that it is possible to be humbled by God if we absolutely refuse to seek and embrace humility. In the Old Testament, we are fortunate to read about the life of a powerful king named Nebuchadnezzar who initially refused to display humility. He bragged about his power (Daniel 4:30), and it was taken away from him (4:31). When Nebuchadnezzar humbled himself and acknowledged God’s presence in his life, his power was restored (4:36-37). Also, I’ve seen many instances in which arrogant people were humble by other people. They believed that they were the most powerful person, as indicated by their physical strength, clothing, money or influence, at the time. The act of finding out that their personal, political, economic or social influence was extremely limited, was very humbling experience for them.  

My understanding of the Gospel suggests that we should be humble before we are humbled. Humility is a value embraced by Jesus Christ. It is an attribute which truly bring us closer to God.

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Posted on 12/12/2017 11:51 AM by Dean Jason Curry
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Thursday, 23 November 2017
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               The story of the healing of the ten lepers, which is found in Luke 17:11-19, continues to remain one of my favorite stories of the bible. Over the past twenty years, I’ve heard countless sermons delivered from this text, yet, the spiritual insights revealed in this brief passage of scripture do not dim or fade over the course of time. In short, Jesus encountered ten people who were afflicted with leprosy.  They asked Jesus for help and healing, and Jesus told them to go to the priest. As they were going to the priest, the people were healed. Nine out of the ten neglected or perhaps refused to say “thank you” to God or Jesus for their restored health.  However, the text says that there was one person who had both the inclination and the audacity to thank Jesus for healing him.

               Even though the story was recorded in salvation history approximately two-thousand years ago, the insights provided by the scripture are as relevant today as they were during Jesus’ day.  We too know people who have asked God for assistance or a miracle and forgot or refused to thank God when they received it. We too know people who have listened to the voice of God (like the lepers who were going to the priest), stepped out on faith (with their marriages, businesses, academic goals and career plans), and received a blessing before they even reached their goal.  We too know people who were not ashamed to give God glory in their homes, at their jobs or even among strangers because they recognized, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that God had been good to them. Yes, the story of the healing of the ten lepers may be two-thousand years old; however, the insights are as relevant today as they have been for thousands of years.

                As I reread this passage of scripture during this season of Thanksgiving, I am encouraged by the one leper who glorified God after his body was healed. I remain in awe of this “one thankful soul” because there have been times in my life when I forgot to thank God for all of the manifold blessings that God unceasingly poured upon me. During this Thanksgiving season, I stand with the one leper who glorified God after he was healed (Luke 17:15). If you neither had had the time nor the inclination to glorify God for all that God had done in your life, I invite you to give God the glory today and during this Thanksgiving season.  For all that God has done, for all that God is doing, and for all that God will do, during this Thanksgiving season, we pause to say “thank you.”

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Posted on 11/23/2017 9:32 AM by Dean Jason Curry
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Monday, 11 September 2017
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                The events of September 11, 2001 will forever be remembered in the hearts and minds of people throughout the nation and throughout the world. On that day, the world witnessed a horrific act of violence in which thousands of people perished on one day.  Many families were affected by this event, and the collapsing of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center was of particular significance to me because my grandmother worked in one of the buildings prior to her retirement. There were thousands of victims from these horrific acts, and there were also hundreds of heroes who voluntarily gave their lives for our country on that day.  Indeed, much of the country was united through its anger and grief, and there was little debate about the postmodern distinctives of race, class or gender as it concerned this horrific tragedy and our collective response to it.   However, when many of the pictures of the heroes of the great tragedy (e.g., firefighters and police officers) were shown throughout the nation, many people noticed that African-Americans were not readily displayed among this exceptional group of citizens. The conspicuous absence of African-American heroes was explicitly mentioned by many people who read Time magazine’s Commemorative edition of 9/11 which captured the tragedy in pictures approximately ten years after the event. The obvious absence of African-American faces caused many to wonder if we were somehow less patriotic than other groups. Unfortunately, as of today, I am only aware of one video documentary, which is titled “All Our Sons,” that chronicles the extraordinary effort of African-Americans firefighters who gave their lives for freedom and justice.

                Christians are often called to spread God’s message of redeeming love in an imperfect world; therefore, it will always be important for me and others to note the significant role that African-American played in building a “more perfect union.” As the country continues heal from this tragic set of events and to realize the vision of the founders, valiant efforts must be made to chronicle the extraordinary role that African-Americans have played in defending and building our country.  In an attempt to highlight the significance of African-American patriotism in the building of our American democracy, the famous African-American poet named Langston Hughes wrote: “…I am the darker brother…they’ll see how beautiful I am…I, too, am American.”  Crispus Attucks was an African-American and the first person to give his life for freedom in the Revolutionary War, and we remain indebted to African-American heroes such as  Leon W. Smith Jr., Shawn E. Powell, Vernon Cherry, Andre Fletcher, Ronnie L Henderson, Gerard Jean Baptiste, Keithroy Maynard, William L. Henry Jr., Karl Joseph, and Tarel Coleman, Keith Glascoe and Vernon Richard for their extraordinary sacrifice on September 11th.  May God continue to bless and keep their families and friends.

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Posted on 09/11/2017 5:37 PM by The Reverend Jason Richard Curry, Ph.D.
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Thursday, 31 August 2017
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                   I was ecstatic to see via social media several of my close friends and colleagues participate in the Ministers March for Justice in Washington, DC on August 28, 2017.  I’ve marched for justice for 30 years; however, as result of a scheduling conflict, I was unable to be present.  The agenda spearheaded by the Reverend Al Sharpton and the National Action Network was clear: We’re marching for Voting Rights, Healthcare, Criminal Justice Reform and Economic Justice. It was both refreshing and inspiring to see thousands of people, both clergy and lay, refusing to accept and embrace the status quo, and marching for the rights of those who are victims of wage theft (e.g., working for more than 40 hours per week and not receiving overtime pay), juveniles who can benefit for alternative sentencing instead of being subject to abuse in jail or prison for non-violent drug offenses,  individuals who need health insurance through Obamacare because they have preexisting conditions and people who have a Constructional right to vote even though they have encountered  new legislation (i.e., voter identification laws which impede the process of voting for people of color) from states which are trying to eliminate that right. I and many others throughout our nation stood in solidarity with them as they worked to create a better day, indeed to establish the beloved community, during their lifetime. 

                I’ve come to accept the fact, albeit reluctantly, that many clergy and Christian lay refused to participate in this march or any other march that concerns social, political and economic justice. Unfortunately, they are constrained, in my opinion, to a narrow legalistic morality that only views Christian ethics in relation to the individual (e.g., lying, stealing and killing - see the 10 Commandments in Exodus 20:1-17). For those who claim to be Christian and choose to ignore the ethics associated which social issues, I invite you to consider Jesus’ words in Luke 4:18-19: “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord.” For those who admire the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and say “Now is not the time to march for justice,” I invite you to read his book titled Why We Can’t Wait.

                If you are interested in joining the fight for justice as it concerns the aforementioned issues, I invite you to contact the Nation Action Network. I, like many of you, thank God for those who are continuing this fight.

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Posted on 08/31/2017 5:14 PM by The Reverend Jason Richard Curry, Ph.D.
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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Ms. Marvelyn Brown spoke at Fisk University on March 15, 2015. She is pictured (from left to right) with Dean Curry, the Reverend Dr. Sondra Tolbert, Reverend Diana R. Williams and the Reverend  Pam Kellar. Ms. Brown is the author of The Naked Truth: Young, Beautiful and HIV Positive.

Ms. Marvelyn Brown, a 32-year-old native Tennessean, learned she was HIV-positive at age 19. Since then she has moved both live and television audiences around the United States, Bermuda, Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, the Virgin Islands, South Africa, Tanzania and Rwanda with her compelling personal story. Ms. Brown has spoken at hundreds of colleges, universities, churches and conferences worldwide. Her autobiography, The Naked Truth: Young, Beautiful and (HIV) Positive, was published by Amistad/HarperCollins in 2008.

Her humanitarian work earned her a 2007 Emmy Award for Outstanding National PSA. BET’s Rap It Up campaign named Brown one of the 25 "HEROES" in the HIV/AIDS epidemic. In 2009 she won the Do Something Award and in 2010, she was inducted into The Heroes In The Struggle Photo Exhibit by The Magic Johnson Foundation and The Black AIDS Institute.

Ms. Brown has also made a huge impact on television shows and in print media. Some highlights include, appearing on CNN's Black in America, Frontline's ENDGAME, The Oprah Winfrey Show, America’s Next Top Model, America’s Best Dance Crew, and CBS’s The Early Show.  Articles including her story have appeared in Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Fortune 500, Cosmopolitan, Glamour and ESSENCE magazine. Ms. Brown has also graced the covers A&U, POZ and The Ave. Ms. Brown is currently the CEO and an Independent HIV Consultant for Marvelous Connections, which she founded in 2007. 

 

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Posted on 08/11/2017 3:03 PM by Dean Jason Richard Curry
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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The Fisk Memorial Chapel Assistants have been ardent supporters of Soles4Souls for several years. The sneakers and shoes that were collected throughout the year were distributed to impoverished families throughout the world. Recently, the Chapel has begun to donate clothing items to one of Soles4Souls’ auxiliary services called Clothes4Souls. The shoes and clothing items pictured above were collected by students throughout the entire academic year. Pictured from left to right: Dean Curry, Mr. DeAngelo Webb ’17, Mr. Malik Craft ’17, Mr. Samuel Adeogun ’16, Ms. Zhane Reese ’17, Ms. Julie Grant ’16, Ms. Stephanie Morris ‘17, Mr. Cameron Ramos ’16.

 

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Posted on 08/11/2017 2:52 PM by Dean Jason Richard Curry
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s leaders to end hunger at home and abroad.  On June 9, 2015, members of the Fisk University Team from the Tennessee delegation received the opportunity to talk with Congressman and Fiskite John Lewis, who is pictured with Dean Curry , Ms. Brandy Jackson ‘06 and Mr. John Curry

 

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Posted on 08/11/2017 2:28 PM by Dean Jason Richard Curry
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation’s leaders to end hunger at home and abroad.  On June 9, 2015, members of the Fisk University Team from the Tennessee delegation received the opportunity to talk with Congressman and Fiskite John Lewis, who is pictured with Dean Curry , Ms. Brandy Jackson ‘06 and Mr. John Curry

 

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Posted on 08/11/2017 2:24 PM by Dean Jason Richard Curry
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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“Whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or life, or death, or things present, or things to come; all are yours, And ye are Christ's; and Christ is God's (1 Corinthians 3:22-23).”

                To be sure, there are at least two “wills” in this world: God’s will (Romans 12:2) and our will. King David reminds us that “the steps of a good person are ordered by God (Psalm 37:23).” Also, Jesus’ first commandment states that we should love “God with all our heart and with all our soul and with our entire mind (Matthew 22:37).” Therefore, it is safe to conclude that, for the Christian, God’s will for our lives should supersede or “come before” our individual will. I am reminded of a popular Christian billboard that I saw hanging above an interstate which  read: “I am second.” It is understood that “God is first.”

                As we follow God’s will for our lives (e.g., feeding those who are hungry), we have the ability to make individual choices and still remain in accord with God’s will. For example, we can choose to wear black socks or green socks to bible study. I don’t think that God cares about the color of our socks as we study God’s word! As we make our individual choices, God provides us with a unique opportunity to ambitious. For example, we may become influential leaders in our churches, schools and families. Our businesses may have customers in the city, the nation and throughout the world. Our talents (e.g., singing, dancing, drawing, speaking and playing sports) may encourage the young and the elderly, the affluent and the impoverished, Americans and people of other countries. Both Jesus and Paul confirm that there is room for the ambition Christian in this world. In 1 Corinthians 3:23, Paul tells the congregants of the churches in Corinth that the “the world…is yours….” However, Paul also says that “you are Christ’s and Christ belongs to God.”

                King David tells us in Psalms 37:3: “Trust in the Lord and do good….” The world needs ambitions Christians who want to influence it for the good. As we strive to influence our families, our fraternities and sororities, our churches, our business partners and customers, our city, our nation and our world, let’s us work diligently to ensure that our will remains in accord with God’s will. The stories we tell, the actions we perform, the tasks we accomplish should always be a reflection of God presence and influence in our lives. Our success, in God’s eyes, hinges upon our ability to maintain our priorities: God is first we are second. The world is indeed ours, but, we are Christ’s and Christ belongs to God.

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Posted on 08/11/2017 1:27 PM by The Reverend Jason Richard Curry, Ph.D.
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Friday, 11 August 2017
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“Therefore we conclude, that a person is justified by faith without the deeds of the law (Romans 3:28). “

                Like many of you, I believe in working hard in order to accomplish my goals. There is a difference, as one of my difficult friends pointed out, in “working hard and working smart.” I sincerely hope that I am doing both simultaneously. However, many of us would readily conclude that “hard work” (e.g., working diligently to accomplish certain results) is necessary for success. Many of us wholeheartedly agree with the common expression: “Success is 1 percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration.” Also, some of us are witnesses to the devastating consequences that may be associated with giving someone something of value (e.g., a promotion an expensive car) even though they played no part in earning it. Sometimes the recipients of unmerited gifts have little appreciation for them. I am grateful that I learned the value of a great work inside of and outside of the church. I am grateful that pastors and lay members of the church taught me and demonstrate to me the importance of the Jesus’ saying: “I must work the work of him that sent me, while it is day: the night cometh, when no person can work (John 9:4).”

                The scriptures teach us, however, that there are limits to an outstanding, Christian work-ethic. In Romans 4, Paul talks about leaders (Abraham and David) who were justified through their faith not through their works. A hard-working Christian might naturally assume that one can earn God’s love; however, God’s love, which is referred to as grace cannot be earned by human beings because it is freely given by God (see Ephesians 1:6, 2:8 and Romans 3:24).  One might assume that when we read our bible, attend worships services and help the poor that we will be able to establish our own righteousness; however, the Apostle Paul teaches us that people are unable to establish their righteousness (see Romans 10:3, Philippians 3:9 and Romans 3:22). As Christians, our righteousness is established through our relationship with God, not through our deeds. We are justified (i.e., our righteousness is established) through our faith in God, not through our works (see Romans 3:28).

                  As follower of Christ, we must continue to exemplify an outstanding work-ethic by engaging in the work of kingdom-building (see Matthew 6:10). The scriptures remind us that “faith without works it dead (James 2:26).” As we work for God in our homes, churches, schools at our places of employment, we must also seek to maintain and even enhance (e.g., make stronger) our faith in God.  In short, we must keep the faith, and thank God for establishing righteousness through it.

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Posted on 08/11/2017 1:22 PM by The Reverend Jason Richard Curry, Ph.D.
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Wednesday, 09 August 2017
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                    I am a proponent of attending meetings. As a university chaplain, I make it a point to attend both formal and informal meetings throughout the day. My formal meetings may include discussions about fundraising in order to make repairs to the Chapel.  My informal meetings may include brief and unscheduled pastoral counseling sessions in a parking lot or on a sidewalk in order to provide advice and encouragement to the faculty, staff or students. However, there are some meetings that I consciously seek to avoid. Over time, I’ve learned that they are often unproductive, unsettling and sometimes ungodly. At one informal meeting, I quickly discovered that the participants were determined to spread personal and negative information about someone for no apparent reason. Unfortunately, I also attended an informal meeting in which a group of people were committed to undermining another person’s professional and personal progress. It seemed as if the people in these meetings were intent on gossiping and engaging in slander. Even though I am an advocate of attending formal and informal meetings, I’ve learned to identify and, if possible, avoid meetings that are hostile to Christ’s message of love.

                King David was a wealthy, wise and powerful king. He truly loved the Lord, and he is credited with writing the book of Psalms. As a leader, he was responsible for attending many formal and informal meetings. He knew that meetings were taking place among his supporters, political detractors and/or enemies. On one occasion David prayed: “Hide me from the secret counsel of the wicked; from the insurrection of the workers of iniquity (Psalm 64:2).” On another occasion he prayed: “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the LORD; and in his law doth he meditate day and night (Psalm 1:1-2).” David neither wanted to be discussed by people in meetings who were intent on doing evil nor did he want to participate in these meetings. He was a wise king, and ultimately, he believed that God was and would be responsible for his professional success.

                If possible, try to avoid some informal meetings (e.g., meetings among friends, family and co-workers) in which people are intent on dishonoring themselves, others and God. If you must attend, pray for spiritual strength, guidance and protection while you are in the meetings. Lastly, if possible, try to direct the content of the meetings to subjects that reflect the things of God (e.g., peace and forgiveness) and your love for God. We must remember 1 Peter 1:16: “…Be ye holy; for I am holy.”

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Posted on 08/09/2017 3:47 PM by The Reverend Dr. Jason Richard Curry
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Quisque cursus, metus vitae pharetra auctor, sem massa mattis sem, at interdum magna augue eget diam. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Praesent blandit dolor. Sed non quam. In vel mi sit amet augue congue elementum. Morbi in ipsum sit amet pede facilisis laoreet. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Vestibulum tincidunt malesuada tellus. Ut ultrices ultrices enim. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Curabitur sit amet mauris. Morbi in dui quis est pulvinar ullamcorper. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit. Nulla facilisi. Integer lacinia sollicitudin massa.

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Posted on 12/12/2016 12:30 PM by Josh Jones
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Quisque cursus, metus vitae pharetra auctor, sem massa mattis sem, at interdum magna augue eget diam. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Praesent blandit dolor. Sed non quam. In vel mi sit amet augue congue elementum. Morbi in ipsum sit amet pede facilisis laoreet. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Vestibulum tincidunt malesuada tellus. Ut ultrices ultrices enim. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Curabitur sit amet mauris. Morbi in dui quis est pulvinar ullamcorper. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit. Nulla facilisi. Integer lacinia sollicitudin massa.

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Posted on 12/12/2016 12:22 PM by Josh Jones
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Cras metus. Sed aliquet risus a tortor. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Integer id quam. Morbi mi. Sed non quam. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Proin sodales libero eget ante. Nulla quam. Aenean laoreet. Vestibulum nisi lectus, commodo ac, facilisis ac, ultricies eu, pede. Ut orci risus, accumsan porttitor, cursus quis, aliquet eget, justo. Sed pretium blandit orci. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Ut eu diam at pede suscipit sodales.

Quisque cursus, metus vitae pharetra auctor, sem massa mattis sem, at interdum magna augue eget diam. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Praesent blandit dolor. Sed non quam. In vel mi sit amet augue congue elementum. Morbi in ipsum sit amet pede facilisis laoreet. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Vestibulum tincidunt malesuada tellus. Ut ultrices ultrices enim. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Curabitur sit amet mauris. Morbi in dui quis est pulvinar ullamcorper. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit. Nulla facilisi. Integer lacinia sollicitudin massa.

Cras metus. Sed aliquet risus a tortor. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Integer id quam. Morbi mi. Sed non quam. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Proin sodales libero eget ante. Nulla quam. Aenean laoreet. Vestibulum nisi lectus, commodo ac, facilisis ac, ultricies eu, pede. Ut orci risus, accumsan porttitor, cursus quis, aliquet eget, justo. Sed pretium blandit orci. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Ut eu diam at pede suscipit sodales.

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Posted on 12/12/2016 12:18 PM by Josh Jones
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Cras metus. Sed aliquet risus a tortor. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Integer id quam. Morbi mi. Sed non quam. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Proin sodales libero eget ante. Nulla quam. Aenean laoreet. Vestibulum nisi lectus, commodo ac, facilisis ac, ultricies eu, pede. Ut orci risus, accumsan porttitor, cursus quis, aliquet eget, justo. Sed pretium blandit orci. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Ut eu diam at pede suscipit sodales.

Curabitur sodales ligula in libero. Sed dignissim lacinia nunc. Curabitur tortor. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Pellentesque nibh. Fusce nec tellus sed augue semper porta. Aenean quam. In scelerisque sem at dolor. Mauris massa. Maecenas mattis. Sed convallis tristique sem. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Morbi lectus risus, iaculis vel, suscipit quis, luctus non, massa. Fusce ac turpis quis ligula lacinia aliquet. Mauris ipsum. Nulla metus metus, ullamcorper vel, tincidunt sed, euismod in, nibh. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit.

Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Nam nec ante. Sed lacinia, urna non tincidunt mattis, tortor neque adipiscing diam, a cursus ipsum ante quis turpis. Nulla facilisi. Ut fringilla. Suspendisse potenti. Nunc feugiat mi a tellus consequat imperdiet. Vestibulum sapien. Proin quam. Sed lacinia, urna non tincidunt mattis, tortor neque adipiscing diam, a cursus ipsum ante quis turpis. Etiam ultrices. Suspendisse in justo eu magna luctus suscipit. Sed lectus. Integer euismod lacus luctus magna.

Quisque cursus, metus vitae pharetra auctor, sem massa mattis sem, at interdum magna augue eget diam. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Praesent blandit dolor. Sed non quam. In vel mi sit amet augue congue elementum. Morbi in ipsum sit amet pede facilisis laoreet. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Vestibulum tincidunt malesuada tellus. Ut ultrices ultrices enim. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Curabitur sit amet mauris. Morbi in dui quis est pulvinar ullamcorper. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit. Nulla facilisi. Integer lacinia sollicitudin massa.

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Posted on 12/12/2016 11:31 AM by Josh Jones
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Monday, 12 December 2016
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Quisque cursus, metus vitae pharetra auctor, sem massa mattis sem, at interdum magna augue eget diam. Proin ut ligula vel nunc egestas porttitor. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Praesent blandit dolor. Sed non quam. In vel mi sit amet augue congue elementum. Morbi in ipsum sit amet pede facilisis laoreet. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Vestibulum tincidunt malesuada tellus. Ut ultrices ultrices enim. Vestibulum ante ipsum primis in faucibus orci luctus et ultrices posuere cubilia Curae; Morbi lacinia molestie dui. Curabitur sit amet mauris. Morbi in dui quis est pulvinar ullamcorper. Quisque volutpat condimentum velit. Nulla facilisi. Integer lacinia sollicitudin massa.

Cras metus. Sed aliquet risus a tortor. Donec lacus nunc, viverra nec, blandit vel, egestas et, augue. Integer id quam. Morbi mi. Sed non quam. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Proin sodales libero eget ante. Nulla quam. Aenean laoreet. Vestibulum nisi lectus, commodo ac, facilisis ac, ultricies eu, pede. Ut orci risus, accumsan porttitor, cursus quis, aliquet eget, justo. Sed pretium blandit orci. Quisque nisl felis, venenatis tristique, dignissim in, ultrices sit amet, augue. Ut eu diam at pede suscipit sodales.

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Posted on 12/12/2016 11:29 AM by Josh Jones
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