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People Don’t Heal after Suffering, They Transform

Author and New York Times columnist David Brooks noted that profound suffering can often lead to a sense of calling and purpose. Brooks said,

People (who) ...

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Broadway Star Improvises Rebuke to Amateur Videographer

Most fans of the Broadway musical Hamilton would love to get a shout-out on social media from the creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda. But recently a woman got ...


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Suffering – A Path to Greater Godliness

In a recent blog, Randy Alcorn discusses why God allows suffering in the lives of his people:

Mountain climbers could save time and energy if they reached ...


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Old Trees don't Get Taller, They Bulk Up like a Bodybuilder

Old trees may not grow taller every year, but they do keep bulking up—like a human bodybuilder. That's the summary of recent research into the life ...


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Film 'Tender Mercies' Depicts Process of Sanctification

If Christianity is true in its promise of a new life, then why don't I feel more … new?

The 1983 film Tender Mercies won Academy Awards for screenwriter ...


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Scientist Exclaims the Wonder of a Tree's Roots

Science writer Hope Jahren shares an interesting fact about plants, especially how a tiny seed starts to put down roots—the most essential thing ...


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Nike Air: Don't Do It!

Nike Air Technology, was and still is the desire of athletes and shoe aficionados. Do you remember poking the little bubble on the side of your shoe? ...


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Psychiatrists Identify Fear of Growing Up

Like Peter Pan many people have fears or reservations about the growing up. Fortunately, most of us get over it. But there's a bizarre, tragic exception ...


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Finding True Joy in Christ

Pastor Tim Keller used the following example to show how to find ultimate joy and satisfaction in Christ:

Do you remember when your mother used to say, ...

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Christian Life Is a Journey, Not an Arrival

It has been called the greatest rescue mission of World War II.

Late in that war, American bombers were sent on dangerous missions over southern Europe ...


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