Apr 06 2010

The new KFC sandwich...what do you think?!

Kentucky Fried Chicken has introduced a new "sandwich," that has no bun...just two deep-fried chicken patties with bacon and cheese between them. Wow. What do you think? Would you eat this?
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Apr 06 2010

How has K-LOVE impacted your life?

Thank you so much for being a part of the K-LOVE family. We love you! Thank you for your prayers and your financial support! Our Spring Pledge Drive is next week and we would love to hear how God has used K-LOVE to encourage you. You can share your story here!

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Apr 06 2010

Praying for West Virginia Families!

The mining accident in West Virginia has been one of the toughest days in the state's history. Thanks for lifting them up in your prayers, and thanks for sharing your encouragement with them here. So that families are able to read your notes of encouragement.
Do Germs Spread on Airport Security Lines?
Aug 22 2012

Do Germs Spread on Airport Security Lines?

Burning Question: Do Germs Spread on Airport Security Lines? YAHOO! Finance

In the words of my dad, "A little dirt don't hurt."

 

We live in a germy world, says William Schaffner, infectious-disease specialist and chairman of the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tenn. "If we went down to Times Square and began culturing people's noses, something like 10% to 20% of them carry the antibiotic-resistant staph infection MRSA," he adds.

For the most part, however, those bacteria are harmless since we all have immunities against them. Simple hygiene—showering, washing hands—"will keep the bad guys at bay," he says.

Same goes for the barefoot march through airport security. The risk of catching athlete's foot or another fungus from fellow travelers is very low.

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