“Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to a new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never, ever the same.” Flavia Weedn
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He's made a career out of writing books designed to give readers a fright, but Stephen King says that while he believes in the existence of evil, he's not convinced it's an external force out to destroy us.
St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center, in association with its “Windows of Opportunity” exhibit, will offer items inspired by historic stained-glass windows on display in Detroit available for sale at the Detroit Historical Museum’s Community Gallery...
Thoughts of what could have been Wilkes Barre Times-Leader The thoughts hit me like a ton of bricks. My biggest regret in life, other than never playing center field for the Yankees, is that I never had a child.
Packet Online Jesus wants you to be doctrinally inconsistent–more from Oswald Chambers Patheos (blog) Consequently, a disciple is subject to the same charge that was leveled against Jesus Christ, namely, the charge of inconsistency.
We are called to point to the One who gives hope and is worthy of our faith, not to be the recipients ourselves. Jesus Christ is worth speaking of through bold and generous lives, through story, testimony, invitation, and the ...
Art & the Face of God National Review Online (blog) We've had many inspired thoughts to consider from the conference. As a theatre producer, a woman of faith, and a practicing Catholic Christian, my response is governed by two sets of golden rules.
Aaron Swartz's story is a complicated one, with many moving parts-it's no easy task to do them all justice with a single film. But The Internet's Own Boy, a new documentary that chronicles the late 26-year-old's internet activism, fight against the feds, and ultimate death, manages to sew them up into one seriously gripping thread.
Progress Index The God of all comfort Bluffton Today As a child, I did not think I could take the death of my mother and father and prayed God would let me die first, but a deeper knowledge of God's providence and growth as a Christian led me to...
In the spring of 1917, race tensions increased in East St. Louis as African-American laborers were hired to replace striking white workers. By the summer, confrontations and clashes between whites and blacks continued to ...
'That's what Jesus did, but I don't have to' - On Christianity and Justice ... CT Australia We desire to live like Jesus. May we be inspired to demonstrate the radical and practical love of Christ to the poorest among us.
Beyond inspiring individual Christians to rethink what it means to suffer for Christ or to be willing to give up everything for one's faith though, Habib's story will also undoubtedly be of interest for evangelists to the Middle East.
At times, she would let the public catch a glimpse of this inner faith. When George H.W. Bush called Bill on election night in 1992 to concede, Hillary recalled in Living History, “Bill and I went into our bedroom, closed the door ...
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