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It’s Easy to Reject Jesus Now

In the classic Russian novel Eugene Onegin, a jaded aristocrat Onegin, meets an innocent young girl in the countryside. The girl, Tatyana, writes him ...


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Unchurched People Are More Open Than You Think

In 2016, the Billy Graham Center commissioned a survey of 2,000 Americans who don’t actively participate in religion—the “unchurched.” ...


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Listening is a Powerful Way to Show Love

An anonymous missionary in Japan uses the following illustration to show how we need to listen to people before we share the gospel.

A Japanese language ...


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Homecoming Cheerleader Saves Choking Infant

Nicole Hornback was attending the local high school homecoming parade when she noticed her two-year-old son Clarke was choking on a piece of candy. Hornback ...


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Police Called on Clever Juvenile Entrepreneur

Solving a common entrepreneurial challenge, eleven-year-old Seth Parker found an easy way to generate interest in his fledgling enterprise, and all he ...


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The Unique and Important Role of Fathers

Dads are designed by God to be different than mothers. In Aeon, Anna Machin explains the unique and important role of human fathers. For starters, Machin ...


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12-Year-Old Fills Neighborhood Potholes Himself

According to his mother Trinell, once Monte Scott sees a need, he usually tries to fix it himself. Which is why he decided to shovel dirt from his backyard ...


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Pro Basketball Player Finds Opportunity in Tragedy

Newly traded bench player Skal Labissiere arrived in Portland, knowing that his playing time would be minimal at best. Yet, reflecting on his path to ...


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The Regrets of the Father of the Web

The inventor of the World Wide Web is horrified by what has become of his creation, said Katrina Brooker in Vanity Fair. Computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee ...


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The Man Who Saved the World by Thinking Small

There are a handful of "hinge" moments in world history. June 6, 1944, or D-Day, was one of those moments. On that day hung the balance of power in World ...


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