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Christians Too Busy for God

In data collected from over 20,000 Christians in 139 countries (though mostly in America) and between the ages of 15 and 88, The Obstacles to Growth Survey ...


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America Stingy on Vacation Days

Rest and relaxation doesn't seem to come as easily or naturally to Americans as it does to those in other nations. According to the 2006 World Almanac ...


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Statistics on America's Down Time

Percentage of adults who participated in the following leisure activities at least once in the previous 12 months:

Dining out: 48.3 percent
Entertaining ...

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Teens Find Friends Through Technology

With the rise of technology in everyday life, people are finding more and more ways to get connected. The following represent the average number of "friends" ...


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Executives Choose to Act like Children

When the stress of work gets to be too much, an increasing number of executives are escaping from the cares of this world in less conventional ways. Instead ...


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Lack of Purpose Could Prove Deadly

I attended a community prayer breakfast and sat at a table with a group of men I didn't know. In the course of our conversation, the subject of retirement ...


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Store Offers Rest to Shoppers

In 2005, A store called MinneNAPolis opened in Minnesota's Mall of America. It rents comfy spots where weary shoppers can take naps for 70 cents a minute. ...


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God Made Us to Play

Medieval theologian Thomas Aquinas…concluded, as one scholar summed it up: "God plays. God creates playing. And man should play if he is to live ...


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Will Rogers on Wasting Time

Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.

—Humorist Will Rogers (1879-1935)


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J. I. Packer on Leisure

We should "choose the leisure activities that bring us closest to God, to people, to beauty, and to all that ennobles." –J. I. Packer


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