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Read more at Going Up?
Thoughts on marriage and life’s companions at Out There.
See Snapshots for an opinion on what Christians’ response should be.
There are two new answers to difficult questions posted on our Answers blog. Click on the questions to be taken to the answers:
When was the first publication of red letters for the words of Jesus Christ?
Why is 1 John 5:7 in the King James Version different from newer versions?
A new study confirms kids do better in school when parents play an active role in their education. Read about it at Refrigerator Art.
Read what a friend of mine has to say about Successful Parenting.
It took nearly 3 years for the first 1 million copies of Today’s Pentecostal Evangel to be provided to the incarcerated through the Key Bearers program that was created in 1996. Thanks to generous and loyal supporters, the ministry now sponsors more than 730,000 Evangels on an annual basis.
Donations received during April pushed the total number of underwritten […]
Congregations that are growing today are using innovative methods to teach biblical truths for a modern audience. The same building block purposes of the early church can be applied to the busy American follower of Christ today. See Midlife Musings.
Find out how a clinic in Boston is preparing kids as young as 7 for sex changes. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
There’s a new reason to worry about your luggage when you fly. The usual fear is theft, but someone recently had something put into their suitcase. See Snapshots.
Read more at Going Up?
The Berlin Airlift was the U.S. Air Force’s largest humanitarian mission in history. Pilot Gail Halvorsen made the children of Berlin his priority. More on Halvorsen, and another pilot with a heart for kids, at Out There.
Watch Steven Curtis Chapman performing “Cinderella,” a moving song inspired by his daughters. At Refrigerator Art.
Maria Sue Chapman, 5-year-old daughter of Christian singer Steven Curtis Chapman, died in an accident at the family home Wednesday. Read about it at Refrigerator Art.
For more photos and some thoughts on spring birds, read “God Takes Care of the Birds.”
This week my wife and I are adjusting to an environment that hasn’t been a part of our lives for more than a quarter-century: an empty house. It’s truly a time for Midlife Musings.
Food just tastes better in the great outdoors. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
Ever felt like you had too many things to pray about, and just didn’t know where to start? Sometimes the inspiration for effective prayer comes from surprising places. Read more at Out There.
An anti-bullying curriculum being introduced in Minneapolis seems to have more to do with normalizing gay and lesbian lifestyles than preventing bullying. Read about it at Refrigerator Art.« Previous Entries