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Divorced Couple Splits House in Half

Simon and Chana Taub seem to agree on only one thing: The house is mine.

The couple wants a divorce, but both of them refuse to move out of their New York ...


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Advice for Handling Criticism

In his book Confessions of a Pastor, Craig Groeschel offers some advice on how to handle critics:

It's a fact that "hurt people hurt people." They usually ...

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"The Guardian": Rescue Recruit Learns Importance of Teamwork

The Guardian is the story of Jake Fischer (Ashton Kutcher), a high-school swim champ who enrolls in the U.S. Coast Guard's "A" School. Here, legendary ...


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Brennan Manning on Being Grateful

I believe that the real difference in the American church is not between conservatives and liberals, fundamentalists and charismatics, nor between Republicans ...


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Augustine on Loving Your Enemies

Ye have enemies, for who can live on this Earth without them? Take heed to yourselves: love them. In no way can thine enemy so hurt thee by his violence, ...


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The Alphabet of Christian Conflict

A is for Alcohol: Do you emphasize the freedom of Christians to enjoy God's good gifts, or do you emphasize that alcohol is involved in sexual immorality, ...


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"Fellowship of the Ring": Satan's Efforts to Divide the Church

In his first book, Fellowship of the Ring, J.R.R. Tolkien describes the camaraderie of a diverse group, banded together by a common cause. Called "the ...


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Here Only By Grace

After worrying for half an hour that we wouldn't get on an overbooked flight, my wife and I were summoned to the check-in desk. A smiling agent whispered ...


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Fellowship Is a Double-Edged Sword

People in the church are like porcupines in a snowstorm. We need each other to keep warm, but we prick each other if we get too close.


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