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Umpire ‘Ejects’ Grounds Crew During MLB Game
In Major League Baseball, it’s common for umpires to eject players or team personnel whose behavior is deemed out of line. But rarely does those ...
The Hope and Promise of the Empathy Machine
Lacking the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, modern society is looking for new, innovative ways to help make people more empathetic. Facebook’s Mark ...
The Cares of Life and the Kudzu Vine
The Kudzu vine was introduced into the US from Japan in 1876 as part of an ornamental plant exhibition in Philadelphia. The Kudzu vine was subsequently ...
TV Reporter Diagnosed with Cancer with Viewer’s Help
Victoria Price was working as a reporter for her local NBC affiliate station when she received an urgent suggestion to seek her doctor. But the idea didn’t ...
What Wearing A Mask During Pandemic Says to Others
During his daily press briefing on May 12, 2020, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo tried to influence more New Yorkers to wear a mask in public, in order ...
Living with Uncertainty in a Time of Crisis
Author Elizabeth L. Silver wrote the very personal memoir The Tincture of Time. It is about her then baby daughter’s stroke at six weeks and the ...
Buoys Fail to Warn Islanders of Future Danger
On October 25, 2010, a massive earthquake set off a tsunami that struck some Indonesian Islands. The tsunamis leveled whole villages, leaving hundreds ...
Number of Nonprofit Charities and Foundations Nearly Doubles
According to research done by The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Internal Revenue Service, there were 654,186 nonprofit charities and foundations in ...
Asian Students Seek Unity in Christ
Every three years InterVarsity Christian Fellowship sponsors the Urbana Conference, a gathering that challenges university students to get involved in ...
G.K. Chesterton: "Love Is Not Blind; It Is Bound"
Love is not blind; that is the last thing that it is. Love is bound; and the more it is bound the less it is blind.
—G.K. Chesterton, English writer ...