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Lost Woman Searched for Herself

During a tourist bus excursion to a volcanic canyon in Iceland, a woman was reported missing when she failed to return to the bus. The bus driver waited ...

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Famous Playwright and Journalist on 'The Hound of Heaven'

It was 1917, on a piercing winter night in Greenwich Village. Huddled in the back room of a bar, known as the Hell Hole, was a Bohemian gathering of artists, ...

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Jesus Invites Us into His Life

For too long, we've called unbelievers to "invite Jesus into your life." Jesus doesn't want to be in your life. Your life's a wreck. Jesus calls you into ...

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One Thing Money Still Can't Buy

In his book What Money Can't Buy, Michael J. Sandel states, "There are some things money can't buy—but these days, not much." Almost everything ...

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White Supremacist Accepts Christ and Removes Hateful Tattoos

Two years ago, Chris Simpson led a white pride march. Six months ago, he abandoned the white supremacist movement. This past April, he was baptized.

Simpson, ...

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'Treebeard' Can't Remain Neutral in a Battle from 'The Lord of the Rings'

Remember the character of Treebeard, a leader among the race of Ents, the shepherds of the forest in The Lord of the Rings? The Ents are described as ...

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God Moves Us Deeper into the Gospel

God does not move us beyond the gospel; he moves us more deeply into the gospel, because all of the power we need in order to change and mature comes ...

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Neighbor Helps Rescue an Uncooperative Cat

A year or two ago my friend Linda's cat escaped. It was cold and rainy, and that cat would not come home. Not for three days! The cat wasn't exactly lost; ...

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'Titanic' Lifeboats Seats Were Only Half-filled

On April 14, 1912, the Titanic struck an iceberg and was swallowed up in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. Over 1,500 people perished as "the ship ...

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Raphael's Master Painting Restored after Ten-Year Project

In November of 2008 one of the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance was restored to its original splendor and returned to its home at the ...

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