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How Anxiety Became Popular

In an article in The Atlantic, Derek Thompson explores “How Anxiety Became Content.” He reveals that this new “genre” on social ...

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Man Overcomes Gambling Addiction

Before serving as a Methodist minister from 2000 to 2010 near Nashville, Tennessee, John M. Eades spent two decades as a therapist counseling drug and ...

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Girl Without Father Counts Her Blessings

Heather Bermingham writes in an article "No Dad to Call":

My youth group was hundreds of miles from home on a mission trip in New Orleans. We ...

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Between Failure and Fraud

Mark Labberton writes in Leadership journal:

In a very difficult season when finances were tight, I was driving a dilapidated car that had been donated ...

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Dying Napoleon Bonaparte Changed His Mind About Forgiveness

A recently discovered draft of Napoleon Bonaparte's will was sold at auction in Paris for $149,505(U.S.).

One month before his death, a bedridden Napoleon, ...

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God Is an Arm's-Length Away

William Frey, retired Episcopal bishop from Colorado, told the following story in a message on the power of God at work in us:

When I was a younger man, ...

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Boxer Refuses to Be Consumed by Bitterness

On June 17, 1966, two black men strode into the Lafayette Grill in Paterson, New Jersey, and shot three people to death. Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, ...

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Playing Bad Hands

President Dwight Eisenhower described his mother as a smart and saintly lady. "Often in this job I've wished I could consult her. But she is ...

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Never Say "Why Me?"

I can honestly say I never said, "Why me?" There are two ways you can react to something like this. you can say, "Why me, God? Why me?" ...

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Beyond Sympathy

Sympathy is demeaning. Jesus never gave people sympathy. He wept with those who wept; He laughed with those who laughed. But He never said, "Oh, ...

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