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Firefighters Need to Drop Weighty Tools

On the afternoon of August 4, 1949, a lightning storm started a small fire near the top of the southeast ridge of Mann Gulch, Montana, a slope forested ...

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Why Hollywood Praises Elliot Page (and Blacklists Becket Cook)

For years Becket Cook had a highly successful career as a production designer in the fashion world. During that time, he lived fully engaged as a gay ...

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Christian Discipleship Is Costly

You can pay extra these days to buy jeans with ready-made holes that make them look old. You can buy spray-on mud so that your 4x4 looks as if it’s ...

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The Price of Stanley Cup Hockey Glory

Bumps, bruises, fractures, missing teeth and facial rearrangements are an almost every-game occurrence for NHL players in their mad quest for silver glory ...

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Pastors Must Love Jesus

If you don't love Jesus, you will soon discover that being a pastor or a church leader is not really a very good job. You will be overworked, underpaid, ...

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Cannot Choose Which Cross

God can never make me wine if I object to the fingers he uses to crush me. If God would only crush me with his own fingers, and say, “Now, my son, ...

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The Cross--A Bond of Love

Francois de Fenelon, a 17th century priest during the Huguenot conflicts, wrote the following words of encouragement to a struggling fellow-priest:

I am ...

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All End in the Cross

Suffering is the heritage of the bad, of the penitent, and of the Son of God. Each one ends in the cross. The bad thief is crucified, the penitnent thief ...

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Take Up Your Cross

When Jesus said, "If you are going to follow me, you have to take up a cross," it was the same as saying, "Come and bring your electric ...

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Real Cross-Bearing

To deny self does not mean to deny things. It means to give yourself wholly to Christ and share in His shame and death. To take up a cross does not mean ...

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