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Biological Fathers Strongly Influence Teens

Why put effort into making a tough marriage work? Campus Life surveyed highly committed Christian teens and found that those respondents that live with ...


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Football Coach Demonstrates Integrity

"We stand for certain things. Kids have to be responsible for their actions." ¬óMike Slaughter, coach of the Marquette High School football team ...


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Abortion Linked to Depression

The British Medical Journal (1-19-02) reported that women who abort a first pregnancy are at greater risk of subsequent long-term clinical depression ...


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Woman Tells Man He's Going to Hell

A drunken man got on the bus late one night, staggered up the aisle, and sat next to a woman who was clutching a Bible.

She looked the wayward drunk up ...


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Max Lucado Confesses Struggle

Author and pastor Max Lucado said that giving up beer helped him get closer to God. Lucado said, "I come from a family of alcoholism. If there's ...


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Parental Involvement Deters Drug Use

According to a survey conducted by Columbia University's Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA), "Almost one in five American teens say ...


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The Church's Business

It is surprising how easily we can see the place of the church community in terms of social reform in some directions but not in others. The Church stands ...


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Where Heathens Are Found

I seemed to hear a voice sounding in my ears, "Where can you go and find such heathen as these, and where is there so great a need for your labours?" ...


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Which Whiskey Are We Talking About?

Barry Lorch in his San Diego Union column recently told of a debate on the floor of the United States Senate about 130 years ago. The issue was whether ...


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Ed Allen: Redeeming the 19th Hole

"It's the toughest decision I ever made," says Ed Allen, a West Virginia native and former golf pro. "All my friends thought I was ...


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