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"A Charlie Brown Christmas" Celebrates 40 Years

Charles Schulz's A Charlie Brown Christmas celebrated its 40th anniversary on December 1, 2005. However, if TV producers had had their way in 1965, ...

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C. S. Lewis' Last Letter about Narnia

Less than one month before he died in 1963, C. S. Lewis wrote the following letter to a young girl who wanted to know if any other Narnia books were going ...

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Max Lucado's Prayer in Aftermath of Terrorism

At the September 15, 2001, satellite broadcast of "America Prays," author Max Lucado read the following prayer that he wrote in response to ...

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The Rewards of Repentance

Lloyd H. Steffen wrote in The Christian Century how when King Frederick II, an eighteenth-century king of Prussia, was visiting a prison in Berlin, the ...

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The Power of Sacrifice

The willing sacrifice of the innocent is the most powerful answer yet conceived by God or man to insolent tyranny.

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Returning to "Go"

The oft-enjoyed game of "Monopoly" has one card that is discovered occasionally when someone lands on "Chance": "Return to 'Go'-collect ...

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All Your Fault

"You were right. Talking through the problem brought us to an agreement--that it's all YOUR fault."

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Egg on His Face

He looked like the consummate professional--young, well-dressed, well-groomed. He exuded intelligence, experience, and confidence. I was standing by the ...

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Children Need Redemption, Too

Let's not be too sentimental. Regardless of the innocent beauty of children, they need redemption.

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Praying Before Meals

Our three-year-old grandson, Daniel, stayed with us while his parents went on a weekend trip. As usual, we bowed our heads as my husband prayed out loud ...

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