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Denzel Washington Says, ‘Don’t Play with God’
In an interview with Denzel Washington, it noted that the actor has been getting more explicit about his Christian convictions. In 2019 Washington called ...
TikTokers’ Attention Span Maxes at 60 Seconds
TikTokers have remarkably short attention spans. Nearly 50 percent of users surveyed by TikTok said videos longer than a minute long were stressful; a ...
My Dad’s Bible
In his recent book, The Wisdom Pyramid, Brett McCracken shares the following story about his father:
I will always remember my dad's Bible. As a kid, ...
Using Your Brain Rather than Google Maps
London cabbies have been an iconic fixture in any London street scene for decades. Now the black taxi cab and their extraordinary cabbies are the focal ...
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 ...
The Oldest Tricks in the Book
Author Jen Wilkin writes:
I learned to cook with the most basic tools under the tutelage of my step-mother. Bacon was fried in a cast-iron skillet, turned ...
Martin Luther Sparked Mass Literacy
Writing systems are thousands of years old and are found in ancient Sumer, China, and Egypt. But even in the most literate ancient societies only a small ...
Intimacy with Jesus Separates Young People Who Stick with The Faith
In a recent book titled Faith For Exiles, David Kinnaman and Mark Matlock looked at what separates young people who grew up in church and remain actively ...
High School Student Injects Self with the Bible and Quran
Many pastors challenge their hearers to meditate on Scripture. But a teenager in France took this idea in completely wrong direction.
An article in Live ...
Look at Your Fish
The writer David McCullough tacked a plaque above his desk that reads: “Look at your Fish.” It’s a story about the value of seeing.