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Hardly Safe

[Since] last spring ... I look for tornadoes. ... One personal encounter with a power that before was only theoretical can make all the difference. You ...


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"BraveHeart": Fighting for Freedom

The film Braveheart tells the story of William Wallace (Mel Gibson), a common man who led Scotland to freedom from English rule. With a great sense of ...


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Erwin McManus Prays for His Son to Be Dangerous

One summer Aaron went to a youth camp. He was just a little guy, and I was kind of glad because it was a church camp. I figured he wasn't going to hear ...


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Persecuted Pastors Lifted Up by Prayer

In 2005, a Vietnamese pastor known as Silas was told by local authorities that he could expect to see trouble if his church continued to operate without ...


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The Golden Gate Bridge's "Dance of Danger"

Newspapers called it the "Dance of Danger"—bridge construction on top of swaying catwalks and high towers, sometimes hundreds of feet in the air, ...


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Bible Reading Does Not Guarantee Invincibility

In his book Mayflower, historian Nathaniel Philbrick recounts the struggle of the Pilgrims during the shaping of early America. Although the first Pilgrims ...


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Ladder Safety Mirrors Spiritual Safety

A 2006 Health Letter from the Mayo Clinic offered these 12 tips for ladder safety:

1. Have somebody nearby to get help if you fall. 2. Don't get on a ...

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Lioness Kills Man Who Tested God

In 2006, the St. Petersburg Times reported the death of a Ukrainian man who was mauled by a lioness at the Kiev Zoo. He encountered the animal on purpose, ...


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Statistics on Bullies

According to the Department of Education, the following statistics represent the number of students aged 12–18 who were bullied at school during ...


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Troops Ask About Lack of Proper Equipment

On December 8th, 2004, a single question from a young soldier touched off a media firestorm. U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld had come to deliver ...


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