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What Happens to Flood-Damaged Cars?
Thousands of cars are damaged or destroyed by floods every year, but don’t assume all those vehicles end up in a junkyard. Some are repaired and ...
City Repairs and Sells Discards from Landfills
Every day, several large trucks full of discarded goods arrive at a warehouse in the eastern suburbs of Hamburg, Germany, before being sorted through ...
Redeeming the Rooster’s Crow
Jen Wilkin writes:
When my parents entered their latter years, they took up a new hobby: keeping chickens. At the height of their enthusiasm, they tended ...
Clothing Given New Life at Refurbishing Company
In times past, when items of mass-produced apparel experienced production defects, those pieces would usually be sent to a landfill or overseas. But now, ...
Sting Buys a Life-Scarred Bass Guitar
The rock star, Sting, in his autobiography Broken Music, tells how he bought his first bass guitar. In a local music shop, in the middle of all the shiny ...
Michelangelo Discovers Salvation by Grace Through Faith
Michelangelo, the great Renaissance artist, is known for his statue of David and the incredible Sistine Chapel. But what many don’t know is that ...
Artificial Blood Developed for Patients of Any Blood Type
When someone has been injured in a serious accident or has excessive bleeding during surgery there is often an immediate need for a blood transfusion. ...
Jesus Is the Only Savior
In his book, Rick Mattson writes:
I’m not the one making the exclusive claim about salvation—Jesus is. He is the one who said, “I am ...
Feeling Clean or Being Clean
In his bookStart with Why, Simon Sinek discusses the importance of motivation in a very interesting section titled “It’s What You Can’t ...
A Royal Birth Leads to Pardons
When Pricess Lalla Salma gave birth to a daughter named Lalla Khadija, her husband King Mohammed VI of Morocco was delighted. In fact, he wanted to celebrate. ...