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Save a Dog but Not a Stranger

It is no wonder that in 15 years of asking high school students throughout America whether, in an emergency situation, they would save their dog or a ...

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Environmentalists and Human Life

I don't understand how some of my friends can get worked up about the death of a dolphin, forest, veal calf, or lab rat and not care about a being ...

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Pampered Puppy

Ronald Warwick, captain of the luxury cruise ship Queen Elizabeth II, questioned a passenger who paid full fare for his dog to join them on an around-the-world ...

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Cow Envy

From John Maxwell's book The Winning Attitude:

Two cows were grazing in a pasture when they saw a milk truck pass. On the side of the truck were the ...

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The Dangers of Hurrying

Some time ago, a newspaper in Tacoma, Washington, carried the story of Tattoo, the basset hound. Tattoo didn't intend to go for an evening run, but ...

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"Bearly" Audible

At a wedding our pastor recently performed, the little boy who was the ring bearer marched deliberately down the aisle, letting out a loud "Grrr" with ...

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Giving Back to God

I just bought a used car. I need to get a license plate bracket that says, "Given by God, owned by God, and to be used for the purposes of God." It's ...

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Butter and Cats-Up?

If a cat always lands on its feet, and a dropped piece of buttered toast always lands butter-side down, what would happen if you strapped a piece of buttered ...

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Our Beloved Pets: Too Important?

According to the 2001 annual Pet Owner Survey of 1,225 American and Canadian pet owners, conducted by the American Animal Hospital Association:

Fifty-eight ...

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Dogsled Racer Driven by Godly Priorities

Renowned dogsled racer DeeDee Jonrowe on priorities:

I believe God has a purpose for my being a musher. If I'm noted for something, I want it to be that ...

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