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Take Me to Church
LifeWay Research surveyed 2,000 Americans who do not attend church on what would draw them to one. Among the findings:
Method Of Invite
51% a personal invitation ...
A Plant from a Single Seed is Now 77 Square Miles
Shark Bay, Australia, should perhaps consider a name change to Seagrass Bay, since the largest resident isn’t a great white predator, but a single ...
A Coach Improves Tiny Things by One Percent
British Cycling was in a desperate situation. Since 1908, British riders had won just a single Olympic gold medal. Their performance was so bad that a ...
How Best Buy Rescued Itself from a Slow Death
The year was 2012, and everything seemed to be going wrong for Best Buy. The CEO had just resigned after admitting to an improper relationship with a ...
Former Boxer Mike Tyson's Home Turned into Church
A broken-down mansion is becoming a home for broken souls.
A mansion in Southington Township, Ohio that was the former home of heavyweight champion boxer ...
Why Blockbuster Failed and Netflix Succeeded
At the turn of the century, Blockbuster reigned supreme in the video rental industry. If your family craved a movie night, someone likely had to drive ...
The First North American Missionary—a Freed Slave
The first missionary from North America was George Liele, a former slave who left the American colonies for Jamaica in 1782 and began a ministry of preaching ...
Missionary Doctor Never Saw His 'Success'
In 1912, medical missionary Dr. William Leslie went to live and minister to tribal people in a remote corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. ...
The Church Is Like The Atchafalaya River
The 137-mile long Atchafalaya River is a distributary of the Mississippi River that meanders through south central Louisiana and empties into the Gulf ...
Not Big but Different
For many students, college is a time to meet new people, socialize, and make lifelong friends. For some, the process involves sports. For others, it involves ...