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1 out of 3 New Guitars Are Purchased for Worship Music
Fender Musical Instruments Corporation sold a record number of guitars in 2020, driven in part by people forced to stay at home during the pandemic. The ...
Believers Are to Function as Telescopes
There are two kinds of magnifying: microscope magnifying and telescope magnifying. The one makes a small thing look bigger than it is. The other makes ...
Whales: Mysteries of God's Creation
Think for a moment about the mysteries of just one of God's creatures—a whale. These big, beautiful creatures spend 95 percent of their lives in ...
Famous Writer on Life's Simple Pleasures
Herman Wouk, the 100-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Caine Mutiny, recently spoke to The Wall Street Journal about his childhood. Wouk ...
A Moment of Wonder in Alaska's Wilderness
Author Philip Yancey describes a moment of profound wonder and awe in Alaska's wilderness. He was driving down the road when he came upon a number of ...
Japanese Writer Wowed By What We Take for Granted
In 1900 a Japanese writer named Natsume Soseki visited England for the first time. While he was there he was surprised to discover that few of the locals ...
Young Adults' Prayers Lack Repentance and Praise
Researcher Christian Smith's book, Soul Searching: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of American Teenagers, concludes that many young American adults ...
Man Spends Rare Coins at Face Value
In 2012, a 19-year-old man from Washington state named Dakoda Garren was charged with stealing a rare coin collection worth at least $100,000. After Garren ...
When We Treat God like the Geek Squad
The word geek is a slang term for (a) A person regarded as foolish, inept, or clumsy; (b) A person who is single-minded or accomplished in scientific ...
Scientist Says That Physics Points to the Creator
John Polkinghorne, a theoretical physicist and a minister, claims that the equations that guide physics point to a Creator. Polkinhorne said,