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It’s St. Petersburg’s Bench, But Al Owns It
The sun rises over the bay in Vinoy Park in St. Petersburg, Florida. Lounging on a bench near the sea wall—his bench—is Al Nixon. “Hi ...
Christ Suffered for Us - The Lesson of The Lepers
In her book Ten Fingers for God, Dorothy Clarke Wilson writes about Dr. Paul Brand who worked with leprosy patients in India.
Sometimes they would all ...
Doomscrolling Is Slowly Eroding Your Mental Health
So many of us do it: You get into bed, turn off the lights, and look at your phone to check Twitter one more time. You see that coronavirus infections ...
The Resurrection Proved its Power among African Americans
A recent (2018) article in Christianity Today traces how early African American Christianity proved the power of the Resurrection against oppression.
Holocaust Prisoners Survived by Mutual Self-Sacrifice
In 1943, 230 women were arrested as members of the French Resistance and sent to Birkenau. Only 49 survived, but this in itself is remarkable. These women ...
London Structure Burned to Commemorate Anniversary of Devastating Fire
London witnessed a spectacular scene recently when a giant wooden replica of the city ignited and burned brilliantly to the ground. The conflagration ...
Japanese Word for 'Golden Repair'
There is a Japanese word, kintsukuroi, that means "golden repair." It is the art of restoring broken pottery with gold so the fractures are literally ...
Finding Christ's Presence in Cancer
On his 39th birthday, poet Christian Wiman was diagnosed with an incurable form of blood cancer. He wrote frankly about the agonizing effects of his illness ...
Tim Keller: Christ Took on Our Rejection
No greater pain has ever been experienced on any level than the hell of Christ suffering in this moment. But why? Because he carried all of that pain, ...
Middle-Aged Americans Are Dying of Despair
Something truly disturbing is happening to middle-aged white Americans … A new study from two Princeton economists revealed that the mortality ...