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Trump, Pelosi Attend National Prayer Breakfast

Trump, Pelosi Attend National Prayer Breakfast

Whatever differences may have been on national display this week, politicians were able to come together yesterday for something that has the power to unite:  prayer. The National Prayer Breakfast was held in Washington, D.C., with several major political figures in attendance. President Donald Trump used it as an opportunity to discuss his impeachment acquittal… View more

The Perfect Christmas Doesn’t Exist

The Perfect Christmas Doesn’t Exist

Today might seem as close to perfect as you can imagine. As much as you can feel, see, taste, hear and touch this Holy Day with all of your senses, there’s a boundless enthusiasm and ecstasy in the joy Christmas brings. Still, in all of its irony, Christmas can also offer us a bittersweet feeling… View more

Why Sunday Should Be a Day of Rest

Why Sunday Should Be a Day of Rest

With more than 2,300 restaurants in 47 states, how is it that everyone knows the one day when Chick-fil-A sandwiches aren’t available? It’s Sunday, of course – the most well-known feature of the popular fast food chain. It was the late founder – S. Truett Cathy – who instilled this belief straight from the beginning…. View more

College Student Praying Over Deputy Goes Viral

College Student Praying Over Deputy Goes Viral

When we love one another, America becomes stronger. Two strangers proved that in Florida thanks to a chance encounter and willingness to express their faith. Tonight was a night that I will never forget. This picture is a reminder of God’s constant love and perfect timing…. Posted by Justine Tucker on Saturday, September 21, 2019 Justine… View more

Museum of Family Prayer Opens in Boston Area

Museum of Family Prayer Opens in Boston Area

One organization believes so much in the power of prayer, it opened a museum dedicated to it. The Museum of Family Prayer opens today in North Easton, Massachusetts. It offers a unique, interactive experience of prayer for the family using digital media. The museum is expected to attract those on a spiritual pilgrimage, as well… View more

Forgiveness is Key to Loving Others

Forgiveness is Key to Loving Others

Once while attending a marriage enrichment seminar, my wife and I heard the speaker discuss the most important word in marriage. As semi-seasoned veterans of marital bliss, we figured – like most attendees – that the golden word was undoubtedly love. Imagine our surprise when the speaker revealed the term to be something we hadn’t… View more

Thanking God for the Small Things

Thanking God for the Small Things

We’ve all heard the phrase, “an attitude of gratitude.” It’s a sweet-sounding rhyme offering great advice, but there’s actually biblical precedent for such an expression. The Book of Psalms prompts us to praise God for what He has given us: “Glorify the Lord, O Jerusalem, praise your God, O Zion. For He has strengthened the… View more

What Does It Mean to Bless God?

What Does It Mean to Bless God?

Whenever somebody sneezes, you probably utter the expression without even thinking about it. Bless you. Origins for this occurrence vary, but the most popular comes from Pope Gregory I, who lived during the plague of AD 590. He suggested that anyone who sneezed – one of the plague’s main symptoms – should be blessed immediately…. View more

U.S. Senate Candidate’s Campaign Focused on God

U.S. Senate Candidate’s Campaign Focused on God

No matter what political party you favor, you have to admire a candidate who believes in putting God first. That’s the case with Tommy Tuberville, the former Auburn University football coach who’s running for the United States Senate. During a campaign stop this week in Alabama, Tuberville wasn’t coy about what can fix the nation’s… View more

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