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Sunday, 1/26/20

Title: The Global Water Crisis
Focus: According to the World Health Organization, by 2025 around half of the world’s population will live in “water-stressed” areas. What is causing such extreme water scarcity? What makes access to clean, fresh water so difficult? How do we as Christians respond to this growing crisis?
Next Week: Australian Bushfires

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Just Flicks on January 26th

Just Flicks—January 26th, 6:00 PM, First Pres.

Smoke Signals will be shown on Sunday, January 26. Smoke Signals is a coming-of-age drama that the Rotten Tomatoes website calls a “well-acted, well-directed, and largehearted movie.” The film is remarkable because it was the first full-length movie written, directed, co-produced and performed by Native Americans. It won the 1998 Sundance Festival film of the Year award. As stated in the Washington Post, “the film boasts a non-stereotypical portrayal of life on Idaho's Coeur d'Alene Indian reservation.” And Old School Reviews described it as “best film ever made that captures the real character and spirit of modern Native American.” Bob Wollenberg will lead our discussion.


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