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On Earth as it Is in Flight

Singer/Songwriter Sandra McCracken writes in CT magazine:

There’s a call button above every seat on commercial airplanes. In all my travels, I don’t ...

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God Has Equipped Us for the Journey

In a message at the Carolinas Regional Chapter of The Gospel Coalition, Andy Davis offered the following:

I was reading Stephen Ambrose’s Undaunted ...

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Good Samaritan Gives First Aid to Injured Girl

Scott Demers was in the area to fix some water sprinklers. Instead, he ended up saving a life. Demers was working nearby when he heard the loud commotion ...


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JetBlue Pilots Cancel Flight Due to Exhaustion

Flight delays and cancellations at Reagan National Airport are just about as common as any other airport. So, the cancellation of a JetBlue flight to ...


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The Church Can Learn Something from Steve Jobs

At a Worldwide Developers Conference Steve Jobs said:

One of the things I’ve always found is that you’ve got to start with the customer experience ...

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During Depression, Faith Reminded Him How to Live

Michael Gerson, a former presidential speechwriter, delivered a sermon at Washington National Cathedral in which he talked about being hospitalized for ...


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Principal Cuts Student's Hair to Remedy His Insecurity

Many middle-school boys have memories of barbershop haircuts. But for one boy, his most memorable cut happened elsewhere. Anthony Moore is a student at ...


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'Tip War' Raised More Than $34,000 For Restaurant Workers

A friendly college rivalry has been a boost to restaurant workers, as fans and alumni of Xavier University and the University of Cincinnati try to out-tip ...


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Expert on Happiness Takes His Own Life

More than 40 years ago, a scholar and researcher in the psychology of happiness named Philip Brickman helped publish one of the first scientific studies ...


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Are We Trading Our Happiness for Modern Comforts?

One of the greatest paradoxes in American life is that while, on average, existence has gotten more comfortable over time, happiness has fallen. According ...


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