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Missionary Saves Lives of Twins

A 2007 article syndicated in the Agence France-Presse told of a town in Southwest Nigeria that calls itself "The Land of Twins." Why the odd nickname? ...

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How a City Restored Families

During the 1970s and '80s, Chattanooga, Tennessee, was a decaying city. Divorce was rampant. Half of all births were to unwed mothers. Single women were ...

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Function of Salt

In The Journal of Biblical Counseling, Timothy Keller makes the following observation about salt:

The job of salt is to make something taste good. I don't ...

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Salt of the Earth

In his book Led by the Carpenter, D. James Kennedy writes:

A man walked into a little mom-and-pop grocery store and asked, "Do you sell salt?" ...

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Mashed Potatoes Need Salt

My wife and I do a great deal of entertaining, particularly with students. Once as we sat down, I looked at my wife and her face went absolutely white. ...

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How to Make a Horse Drink

I dare you to eat one pretzel. All I have to do is to pick up one of those things, and I'm hooked. The salt in that pretzel creates a desire for more. ...

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Salt or Honey?

Sometime in my ministry, the church I served changed from being a church desiring to be salt to a church desiring to be honey to help the world's ...

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Where Is the Church?

You know what your own country is like. I'm a visitor, and I wouldn't presume to speak about America. But I know what Great Britain is like. I ...

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Seasoned Salt

Sodium is an extremely active element found naturally only in combined form; it always links itself to another element. Chlorine, on the other hand, is ...

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Let It Shine

Robert Bellah, a sociologist who teaches at the University of California at Berkeley, is very interested in the influence of religion on the community. ...

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