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The Collateral Damage of Sin
Eight-year-old Aryanna Schneeberg was playing in her backyard near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, when she was struck in the back with an arrow. A neighbor was ...
Imitating the Rituals of the Rich and Successful
Where would the self-help and business media be without the secret habits of highly successful people? Almost every week there’s a new article outlining ...
The Divided Church
If you attend a service in the small Roman Catholic church Sankt Maria in Carinthia, Austria, you might find that the pastor has to pause the sermon for ...
Diversity and Connection in the Church
Suzanne Simard writes about ecosystems from the viewpoint of adaptation and evolution. But her comments pique the interest of those who love the diversity ...
Good Complexity vs. Bad Complexity
Skye Jethani writes, in Immeasurable, about good versus bad complexity in ministry. He illustrates it this way:
Bad complexity is like a Rube Goldberg ...
Ukrainian-Americans Worship God Despite War
New York City has the largest Ukrainian population in the United States, a community of about 150,000. Thousands had come to the United States as Christian ...
We Really Are on the Same Team
In an issue of CT magazine, author and musician Sandra McCracken writes:
I played softball in a community league when I was a teenager. We didn’t ...
The Answer Is Not Something New
Generations placed the Muppet masters Jim Henson and Frank Oz on the level of comedy duos like Abbott & Costello and Laurel & Hardy. Henson died ...
Why Are People Getting Worse at ‘The Price Is Right’?
Americans are worse at The Price Is Right than they used to be. On the game show, which has been running since 1972, four contestants are asked to guess ...
The Healing Power of Proper Breathing
Breathing is not an activity that anyone is feeling confident about right now. We spend our days covering our mouths and noses with masks, struggling ...