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Conversion Is Like Waking Up to an Alarm Clock
Bible scholar N.T. Wright uses the analogy of waking up in the morning for how some people come to Christ through a dramatic, instant conversion and others ...
Woman Accepts Christ After 'Pleasant' Atheism
Nicole Cliffe became a Christian on July 7, 2015, after what she called "a very pleasant adult life of firm atheism." "The idea of a benign deity who ...
Prisoners Share Stories About Their Freedom
New York magazine interviewed several former inmates and asked them to describe their first hours or day of freedom. These men had been wrongfully convicted, ...
The Next Billy Graham Might Be Drunk
Speaking about the power of Christ to redeem sinners and build his church, Russell Moore recently (2015) wrote:
The next Billy Graham might be drunk right ...
Celebrities Who (Apparently) Turn to Jesus
It seemed to be the week of celebrity testimonies—real, Jesus-centered public declarations of faith. First, the 55-year-old actor Scott Baio (of ...
The Right Question for Following Christ
I've heard people say, "I'm checking out Christianity, but I also understand Christians can't do this and the Bible says you're supposed to do that. You're ...
Rock Climbers Learn to 'Get on the Wall
Todd Skinner was one of the most respected rock climbers of his generation, but his greatest challenge was tackling Trango Tower, the world's highest ...
Riding the First Elevators Required Act of Faith
You have undoubtedly been on an elevator that bears his name. Otis elevators have been the industry standard for more than 150 years. While Elisha Otis ...
Experts Discuss the Worst Business Decision Ever
The Atlantic magazine asked a number of experts to weigh in on the following question: "What was the worst business decision ever made?" Listen to what ...
What Happens in One Minute Around the World
A minute is a funny amount of time. It's long enough to notice, but it's too short to do much of anything with. There are only about five hundred thousand ...