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Max Lucado Prefers Encouragement to Complaining

I discovered the importance of healthy counsel in a half-Ironman triathlon. After the 1.2 mile swim and the 56 mile bike ride, I didn't have much ...

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Children Pressured to Be Normal

For more than 30 years, Gordon Mackenzie worked at Hallmark, eventually convincing the company to create a special title for him: "creative paradox." ...

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"Steel Magnolias": Dealing with a Child's Death

Steel Magnolias is a movie about a group of small-town, southern women whose social lives revolve around meetings at the local beauty parlor.

In this scene, ...

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Boss's Act of Kindness Prevents a Suicide

Every employee deserves to know they are unique and valuable to their boss.

That's the message of Tim Sanders, leadership coach and former Chief Solutions ...

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CEO's Prayer Saves a Business

It was 1986, and the world was crashing around David Green. In the offices of his multimillion dollar hobby and craft business, Hobby Lobby, he read the ...

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Rescue Worker Has Vision of Jesus

Port Authority Police Department officers Will Jimeno and John McLoughlin were the last two people rescued from the World Trade Center following the September ...

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"The Question of God": Freud Bore His Own Burdens

The Question of God: Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis explores the most basic and meaningful questions about life by contrasting the views of Freud and Lewis. ...

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We Still Have Value to God

Have you ever felt dirty, broken, or worthless? Everyone has.

But if someone offered you a $20 bill, would you take it? What if that person wadded it up ...

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Missing Extreme Makeover Has Tragic Consequences

A lawsuit filed against the producers of the hit TV show Extreme Makeover begins with the line, "Deleese Williams is considered ugly." The remaining ...

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Faithfulness, Not Success

In 1940, Clarence Jordan founded Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, as a haven for racial unity and cooperation. In 1954, the Ku Klux Klan burned every ...

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