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The Dream Bridesmaid, for Hire
Luke Winkie writes on Vox.com:
Jen Glantz is there for women on the biggest day of their lives—for about $2,000 a wedding. The 31-year-old entrepreneur ...
The Holy Spirit Acts Like a Broken Hip
Someone (J.D. Grear) has said that many of us think that the Holy Spirit is like our pituitary gland. You know it's there, you're glad you've got it, ...
Anton Chekhov's Story about a Man Looking for Comfort
Someone told me the other night about an Anton Chekhov story called "The Lament." It is a simple story about an old man who drives a horse and ...
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 ...
Our True ‘Cornerman’—the Holy Spirit
You might not know the name Angelo Dundee, but you've undoubtedly heard of Muhammad Ali, probably the most famous professional boxer of all time. For ...
'Slumdog Millionaire' Depicts God's Response to Suffering
The movie Slumdog Millionaire won eight Academy Awards in 2009 and gained popular acclaim. The story's poverty, violence, crime, and child exploitation ...
Pro Baseball Player Encounters the Spirit's Comfort
Pro baseball player R.A. Dickey was the 2012 National League Cy Young Award winner, the highest honor for a pitcher. But Dickey's career almost ended ...
National "Get Over It" Day
Letting go and moving on is a difficult, painful process. Bad relationships, bad decisions—we tend to revisit the moments when we were not-so-smart ...
Steve Jobs' Death Causes Apple Stock Crash
In April 2013 an article in the USA Today Money section reported that Apple's stock has been struggling. According to the article, "The Apple stock crash ...
Doctors Identify "Broken Heart Syndrome"
In many fictional tales, characters die after suffering a devastating loss. The Bible often refers to the anguish of the "broken-hearted." But has anyone ...