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Johnny Cash's Drug Use Separated Him from God

In the article "Johnny Cash Approaches Judgment Day with Faith," Cash tells Steve Beard of Relevant magazine about his drug use:

I used drugs ...

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Two Sheep Lost

At Chancy Lutheran Church in Clinton, Iowa, the kids from VBS were preparing for their grand finale production of "The Good Shepherd." Guests ...

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Grisham Novel Describes Conversion

In The Testament, novelist John Grisham paints a portrait of one man's surrender to God's will. Nate O'Reilly is a disgraced corporate attorney ...

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Murderer Carla Faye Tucker Confesses Christ

Carla Faye Tucker in 1983 helped to kill two people with a pickaxe, and she was so animalistic in her behavior that she laughed while she did it. She ...

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Math Test Humbles the Brainiest Students

In Time Lev Grossman writes:

Every year on the first Saturday in December, twenty-five hundred of the most brilliant college students in North America ...

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Man Drifts at Sea for Three Months

On a warm Southern California day in June 2002, Richard Van Pham set out in his 26-foot sailboat from Long Beach harbor for a three-hour adventure to ...

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Secret Santa Looks for the Lost

A businessman from Kansas City has been dubbed "Secret Santa" because he anonymously hands out cash every Christmas to those in need. Each year, ...

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Why to Seek the Lost

On July 4, 1854, Charlie Peace, a well-known criminal in London, was hung. The Anglican Church, which had a ceremony for everything, even had a ceremony ...

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Novelist Douglas Coupland Confesses Need for God

Douglas Coupland is the postmodern literary icon who coined the term Generation X with his novel by that name. He grew up secular, but in one of his books ...

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Save the Lamb to Save the Ram

Several years ago we were kneeling on cushions around a long, low dining table in a private hotel suite in Japan. The air was seasoned with celery and ...

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