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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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How to find exactly what you seek

Two very different birds with very different outlooks make their homes in the deserts of the United States.

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How your attitude can affect everything

Norman Cousins, a prominent writer of the 20th century, was diagnosed with a rare, crippling, and incurable disease.

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How you can help combat spiritual ignorance

In 1883 in Allentown, New Jersey, a wooden Indian – the kind you’d see in front of a cigar shop – was placed on the ballot for Justice of the Peace under the fictitious name of Abner Robbins.

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