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How Many Smells Are There?
How many smells are there? It’s an odd question, but give it some thought. Mentally flip through the pages of your personal smell catalog. You find ...
Come, Now Is the Time to Entertain
Ligonier Ministries asked Americans a practical question about worship. “Must churches provide entertaining worship services if they want to be ...
Olympic Marathon Runner Took Fifty Years to Finish the Race
Japanese Marathon Runner Shizo Kanakuri competed in the domestic qualifying trials for the 1912 Stockholm Olympics. Kanakuri set a marathon world record ...
Play-Doh Releases Scented Product Line for Adults
Play-Doh was originally invented as a substance to remove soot from wallpaper, and it wasn’t until decades later that it was marketed as a product ...
The Strength of Humility
A pastor in India was confronted angrily by a man in his office one day. This man made many unfair and untrue accusations against the pastor. After finishing ...
Last Place Marathon Runners Inspire Each Other To Finish
Laura Mazur and Jessica Robertson had never met before they reached the mile 14 marker at the Pittsburgh Marathon. Mazur was running her 12th marathon ...
A Christian's Body is on Loan from God
To illustrate the truth that the Christian's body is no longer their own, pastor/author Ray Ortlund writes the following:
I try to drive carefully. But ...
Only God's Praise Lasts
Talking about his hit song "Mean Old Man," singer songwriter James Taylor said,
This one was a big accomplishment, because it's a sophisticated ...
Driver Leads Police in a Chase Because of His 'Bucket List'
"The world is peppered with people who can coax small seeds of inspiration into richly flowering ideas that put humankind on a better path. And then there's ...
Inventor of the Big Mac Just Got a Plaque
In April 1967, hamburger lovers in Uniontown, Pennsylvania met a newer, bigger burger—it was called the Big Mac, and for 45 cents it delivered, ...