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Burden-Bearers

We need people who, as a part of their responsibility in life, will carry the burdens and wounds of other people and be outraged by them.


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The Great Divide

What is a mature Christian? Assuming that evangelistic concern is a vital part of maturity and discipleship, there was one troubling tendency in the statistics: ...


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Bearing Each Other's Burdens

Last spring, Mr. Alter's fifth-grade class at Lake Elementary School in Oceanside, California, included fourteen boys who had no hair. Only one, however, ...


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Accomplishing the impossible

The University of California at Berkley took on an impossible assignment. It agreed to coordinate an international effort to locate extra-terrestrial ...


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Blaming God but Doing Nothing

On my door there's a cartoon of two turtles. One says, "Sometimes I'd like to ask why he allows poverty, famine, and injustice when he could do something ...


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Housewife Had the Courage to Change Things

Each fall, Eleanor Josaitis offers a challenge to the incoming class of MBA students at the University of Michigan. "Every single person in this room," ...


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Football Games Mirror the Church

Bud Wilkinson, the legendary coach of the University of Oklahoma football team from 1947 to 1963, once described his game as "50,000 people who desperately ...


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Doctor Unable to Pass By Major Accident

Dr. Scott Kurtzman, chief of surgery at Waterbury Hospital, was on his way to deliver an 8 a.m. lecture when he witnessed one of the worst crashes in ...


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"Spartacus": The Church United

Spartacus is a classic movie that retells the historical account of the great Roman slave rebellion in 71 B.C. Spartacus was a highly trained gladiator ...


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Designer Is a Leadership Role

Imagine that your organization is an ocean liner, and that you are "the leader." What is your role? I have asked this question of groups of managers many ...


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