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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

Bible Display at VA Hospital Provokes Lawsuit

Bible Display at VA Hospital Provokes Lawsuit

A Missing Man Table is at the center of controversy after a U.S. Air Force veteran filed a lawsuit against a New Hampshire veteran’s hospital over a Bible. The Bible was part of a memorial table set up in the Manchester VA Medical Center in honor of fallen, missing, or imprisoned military service members. The… View more

Faith-Based Films Resonate With Movie-Goers

Faith-Based Films Resonate With Movie-Goers

Who needs a potent media blitz when all you need is divine intervention? That may be the reasonable explanation for the success of recent faith-based films “Breakthrough” and “Unplanned.” Both played to strong Easter weekend showings as more people continue to find power in films which Hollywood normally doesn’t discuss:  faith and God. Superhero movies… View more

How to Pray With Your Kids

How to Pray With Your Kids

Prayer gets a lot of bad press nowadays. You can sense the negativity on social media following an act of gun violence or tragic event. It materializes after a politician offers thoughts and prayers in a written statement. Before long, frustration rises in the hearts of people of goodwill. After the March mosque shooting in… View more