Archive for November, 2008
“Bailout” was an easy choice for Merriam-Webster’s Word of the Year. No surprise there. People were begging for bailouts this year. Mortgage companies, banks, automakers, even some friends of mine wanted one for their cash-strapped marriages. Continue at the Simple Plan.
Random thoughts on Thanksgiving and dentistry. Read more at Out There.
This holiday shopping season, perhaps we could learn a few lessons from the Grinch. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
Forcing a heterosexually-oriented dating service to recreate itself for homosexual couples makes about as much sense as forcing a dress shop to sell men’s suits. Read more at Out There.
We should never take God’s presence for granted — especially when cruising down the highway at 65 mph. See Midlife Musings.
This article, originally published in our November 24, 2002 issue, has been reprinted in several publications since then. With Thanksgiving and World Hunger Day approaching, we offer this reprise of an important topic at Snapshots.
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A law in Nebraska aimed at protecting abandoned babies has had the unintended effect of allowing parents to abandon older children. But that’s just one symptom of the larger crises affecting America’s families. Read more at Out There.
Uttering a sincere “I’m sorry” for wrong behavior is usually a good idea, whether in a church setting, a work situation, a neighborhood squabble or a marital argument. See Midlife Musings.
An atheist ad campaign is telling people this holiday season there is no God. The Bible provides a more encouraging message. Read about it here.
Don’t even try to figure it out. But there’s at least a partial explanation at Out There.
Listen to our TPExtra podcast on Military, Veterans & Chaplaincy with Dr. Gary Allen.
Two arrested. Read it here.
We recently received the following letter from a reader and wanted to take this opportunity to explain the reason for our ministry to kids.
The Oct.12 Kids’ Edition was about the last straw for most of our congregation. I have watched over the years how the Evangel has changed. We have even stooped to cartoons for […]
A federal appeals court made a sensible decision last week. It’s OK to say Jesus’ name while praying in public. See Midlife Musings.
From the moment you get out of bed until you crawl back under the blankets at the end of the day, you are bombarded by hundreds, even thousands, of advertising messages. Is there a countermeasure to the mental onslaught? Out There has a suggestion.
We shouldn’t take our liberty for granted on this election day. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
It may be early November, but entertainers in Branson, Mo., already are celebrating Christmas. And it’s a G-rated, Jesus-focused Christmas. See Midlife Musings.
In both the secular and church worlds much discussion is given to leadership, but what about the call to follow? Read more at Going Up?