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A young soldier has died in Iraq. Read about the influence his short life has had … at Snapshots.
Today is a milestone for me. The big 5-0. I reach this point in life with mixed emotions. There are both hindrances and blessings of being this age. See Midlife Musings.
Read our answer to this question that was submitted to our Answers blog.
My weekend trip to an observatory reminded me of some powerful truths about God and life. Read about it at Refrigerator Art.
Read about what God has been doing in Ukraine since then, at Snapshots.
Evangelical Theological Seminary in Kiev, Ukraine
Is Dutch film director Paul Verhoeven inviting the world’s Christians to abandon their faith? Or is he on a spiritual journey himself? Read more at Out There.
I like going to prison to interview Christian inmates. The time inside the walls never fails to lift my spirits. I come away heartened by the faith of men who are living disciplined spiritual lives.
The AP reported today from San Giovanni Rotondo in Italy:
The body of Padre Pio, a hugely popular Italian saint, goes on public display Thursday in a southern Italian town where thousands have gathered to pray to the mystic monk….
This kind of woeful superstition and benighted religion persists in much of the world. Unfortunately, this is […]
Often when we are inconvenienced with unexpected waits, at airports or elsewhere, God has a plan in mind, if we’re not too bent out of shape to listen. See Midlife Musings.
There are plenty of reasons to take up the challenge. On Refrigerator Art.
For last year’s Key Bearer’s edition, TPE visited New Life Farm for Women in rural Illinois. For an update, see Midlife Musings.
Students in America’s high schools and universities have daily access to one of the greatest mission fields. Hearing that as a student you have great potential to do amazing things for God. Realizing it was the truth when you no longer have that privilege calls for intentional witnessing and dependency on prayer. Read more at […]
Visit Snapshots, this time to actually see some snapshots … of spring in the Ozarks.
Worried about global warming? Ask yourself what kind of effect you have on your environment. Read more at Out There.
Evangel University Release
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Evangel University campus is alive with color, as dozens of tulip beds have responded to this week’s warmer weather.
A total of 17,901 tulips were planted last fall, according to Dave Boneck, grounds assistant.
“The community is invited to stop by the campus on North Glenstone over the weekend and enjoy […]
Oprah is also rich beyond measure and does numerous good deeds throughout the world. But spend a few minutes watching her show and you begin to believe she lives in suburbia and shops at the SuperCenter with a fistful of coupons, just like you. Like I said, she’s very likable. So much so, you wouldn’t […]
The one-cent piece is a nuisance, and an expensive one at that. Its time of usefulness is long gone. See Midlife Musings.
A preliminary government report reveals potential dangers in baby bottles, sports drink bottles and other consumer products. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
Read what the Catholic League is rightly saying, at Snapshots.
A special salvation coupon was received in the mail today. See Snapshots.« Previous Entries