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    Joe Moreland

    Joe Moreland is the Editor of Austin Christian Voice. He is an award winning writer who is an experienced script and short story writer as well as an aspiring novelist. He worked for many years as an actor/writer/director for several theatrical companies/touring shows and spent more than a dozen years working in children’s ministry with his wife where he wrote what amounted to a 90 minute sketch comedy show every week for multiple children’s programs. Joe and his wife, Pam, have been married more than thirty years while living in the Austin/Central Texas area and raising four wonderful children.

    Steven Curtis Chapman Solo: A Memoir in Song

    Steven Curtis Chapman performed in Austin at Life Austin Amphitheater last Sunday. The event was part of Chapman’s fall tour, SCC Solo.

    “Science does not contradict Christianity” Says NASA Astronaut

    A former NASA astronaut believes that the study of science and nature is in accordance to with what's written in the Bible.
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    Austin Disaster Relief Network

    Today ADRN works with more than 200 local churches, training volunteers across 12 different sectors of the city. These volunteers are being prepared to respond to a tragedy, to meet people at their point of greatest need.

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    EU Nationals Want to Preserve Christian Culture—Poll

    A recent survey found that the majority of British and EU nationals want to preserve Europe's Christian roots.

    “Science does not contradict Christianity” Says NASA Astronaut

    A former NASA astronaut believes that the study of science and nature is in accordance to with what's written in the Bible.

    Podcasting Priest Sees Hope in the Future of Christianity in America

    Fr. Mike Schmitz believes that reports of Christianity is in a decline in America could be "good news" for the church.

    Priest Who Went to Hell Shares What He Saw

    A priest from Michigan claims he died and went to hell in 2016, saying he wouldn't wish it on his worst enemy.