Who’s responsible for saving others?

In 1969, a group of people in Pass Christian, Mississippi, were getting ready to have a “hurricane party” in the face of a storm named Camille…

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The life or death importance of the gospel

An experiment was conducted a number of years ago where a student was blindfolded and sent into an auditorium where he was told he could do anything he wanted. He was unaware that some of his classmates were sitting in the auditorium, and would be shouting instructions at him as he walked around blindfolded…

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The hope you can have for lost loved ones

Years ago, a Moscow theater put on a satirical and sacrilegious play called Christ in a Tuxedo. At one point, the actor who played Jesus, Alexander Rostovzev, was supposed to recite a few lines of the Sermon on the Mount, remove his gown, and cry out…

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How to turn your anger into fuel to follow God

Several years ago during the NBA playoffs, a player came up behind the great Walt Frazier and punched him in the face. Strangely, Frazier was called for the foul, not the other player…

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Why your church needs you

In March of 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot as he was walking toward the presidential limousine. Reagan spent several weeks in the hospital recovering from the injuries he sustained in the shooting…

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The beauty of diversity within the body

A while back at a meeting of the American Psychological Association, psychologists Jack Lipton and R. Scott Builione presented a study where they surveyed members of 11 major symphony orchestras and asked how each section perceived each other….

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Why you can trust the truth of your faith

Many years ago when some of the very first British explorers went to Australia for the first time, they discovered a mammal which laid eggs and spent some time in water…

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How you can plan for spiritual success

When Rosina Hernandez was in college, she saw a young man beaten. She could have stopped the attack, but decided not to get involved. She was heartbroken to later hear that the young man had…

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How you can build a healthy identity in Christ

Sir Christopher Wren was a famous 17th-century British architect who designed Windsor Town Hall near London. When he drew up the plans, he designed a ceiling supported by pillars…

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The danger of misplacing your priorities

Dr. George Sweeting recounted a time when he and his family took a trip to Niagara Falls. It was spring, and huge blocks of ice were rushing down the river, making their way to the falls. Frozen inside the blocks were…

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