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His War Was Only Beginning
Marshall Brandon was raised by an alcoholic father and a mother who was filled with rage. Once, when Marshall told his father that he had seen his mother ...
Police Work Brought Him to His Darkest Hour
Undercover narcotics officer Norm Wielsch was parked on a dark frontage road in the San Francisco Bay Area. It was about 9 p.m., and he was writing a ...
A Rebellious Teenager Finds Forgiveness
Wayward teenage years and a surprise pregnancy had Christine Scheller fearing she had lost her salvation. She shares her story in an issue of CT magazine: ...
Park Service Pleads with Public to Stop Licking Toads
In a move sure to frustrate any enchanted princes cursed by evil witches, the National Park Service issued a warning in October 2022 to warn people about ...
How an Atheist Became a Defender of the Faith
Pastor Mark Clark was raised in a staunchly atheistic household but came to Christ once he became convinced of the power and soundness of Christianity. ...
Finding Eternal Life on Death Row
Pamela Perillo was on death row waiting for execution by lethal injection when she found Christ.
Pam grew up in the 1960s in Los Angeles. Two adults and ...
Study Finds Church Attendance Lowers Crime Levels
Does church attendance accomplish anything good for society? A recent Duke University study shows that it does. Here’s the gist of the study: When ...
FDA Warns Against NyQuil Chicken TikTok Challenge
Just when pandemic-related misinformation was started to recede from public awareness, the Food and Drug Administration had to recently issue a warning ...
The Pandemic Worsened the Isolation of Addiction
For 50 years, Toby Nigh had what he describes as the perfect life. He had a good job, a happy family, and if you had asked him, he would have told you ...
International Church of Cannabis
A Lutheran church has stood at 400 S Logan Street in Denver since the early 1900s, but as of recently it has become unoccupied. In April of 2017, the ...