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Working from Home Is Killing Our Social Lives
On the topic of work/life questions, Marie Le Conte writes in The New Statesman, that “Working From Home Is Killing Our Social Lives.” For ...
Fitness Coach Says Admitting Weakness Increases Resilience
Steve Magness, a performance coach who has worked with Olympians and professional athletes, has become an expert on resilience. Magness notes that admitting ...
Stuart Briscoe Learned to Trust God in His Preaching
Stuart Briscoe preached his first sermon at age 17. He didn’t know much about the topic assigned him by an elder. But he researched the church of ...
Beautifully Terrible Children’s Recitals
In an article by Heather Havrilesky entitled, “Let Your Kids Be Bad at Things,” she ponders on the importance of beautifully terrible children’s ...
Disabled Coach Inspires Kids on the Court
Scott Bozearth coaches two youth basketball teams in New Jersey. And it was a good year, both teams made a championship run this season. If you coach ...
Our Two Spiritual Time Zones
Sandra McCracken writes in an article in CT magazine:
I woke up before the sun on a recent morning, just home from some overseas travel. The discomfort ...
40-Year-Old Injured by ‘Sleeping the Wrong Way’
In his book, What God Has To Say About Our Bodies, Sam Allberry shares the following:
Certain things change when you turn forty:• The world starts ...
Olympic Athletes Admit Their Fears
When journalist John Branch covered the Winter Olympics in 2022, he observed the level of fear that athletes face. Branch wrote:
The Winter Olympics are ...
We’re All Special-Needs Children to God
Adoption attorney David Anderson wrote in Christianity Today about how it is a privilege for him to help the rare parents who adopt special-needs children. ...
Lord Have Mercy on Us
In a survey, two in three Americans told LifeWay Research, “Yes, I am a sinner.” But on what to do about it, self-confessed sinners were split. ...