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Study Shows How to Move from Casual Friend to Close Friend

Dr. Jeffrey Hall, a communications professor at the University of Kansas, recently published research about the relationship between time invested in ...


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Company Develops a 'Mood Radio' to Reflect Your Moods

Imagine this: You come home after a long, tiring day. You walk up to a machine on your wall that looks something like a clock, with a display of a cartoon-like ...


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The Benefits of 'Talking to Yourself'

"One advantage of talking to yourself is that you know at least somebody's listening," Franklin P. Jones once said. Now a new study shows that talking ...


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Tim Keller: Christ's Love as Only a Concept

Many years ago, in my first pastorate, I met with a teenage girl in our congregation. She was about sixteen at the time, and she was discouraged and becoming ...


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Bus Driver Conveys Christ's Love

There was a front-page article in the San Francisco Chronicle about a metro-transit operator named Linda Wilson-Allen. She loves the people who ride her ...


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Billy Graham Practices Unceasing Prayer

In 1982, the Today show in New York City scheduled an interview with Reverend Billy Graham. When he arrived at the studio, one of the program's producers ...


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Reserve Player Shared in Michael Jordan's Glory

We do not simply want to see glory; we want to be a part of it. When we lived in Chicago, a friend of ours regularly gave us Bulls tickets. Every year ...


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A Horse Listens to His Master in the Film 'War Horse'

The movie War Horse weaves the story of a special bond between a boy and his horse. The film begins in 1912 when a teenager named Albert witnesses the ...


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Film Tree of Life Portrays Prayers of Deep Longing

Tree of Life is a film about a 1950s Texas family and their relationships, growing pains, and common life struggles. The oldest of the three boys, Jack, ...


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