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FOOD FOR THOUGHT

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

Can you guess which food item Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin brought to the moon and back? This holiday treat is now prominently displayed at the Air and Space Museum. You may ponder the answer as we kick off National Fruitcake Month. Fruitcake may have been out of...

THANKS FOR MOVING

THANKS FOR MOVING

I guess it is appropriate for the AMC network to start one of the busiest travel days of the year, kicking off its Thanksgiving Day broadcast schedule at midnight with a viewing of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. In that 1987 flick, Neal Page, played by Steve Martin,...

KING OF THE HILL

KING OF THE HILL

Destructive forces continue to secularize the world. As a result, faith--especially the discipleship in Christ--is continuously marginalized. Even within our houses of worship, priorities can become misguided, with attention focused on budgets, programs, and...

BIG DAY FOR THE BIBLE

BIG DAY FOR THE BIBLE

Today, November 10th, is a big day for the Bible. The Holy Book has sold more than six billion copies. It is 66 books in one, written over 1500 years, penned by over forty authors with the same ghostwriter – God Almighty! Why is November 10th significant? Let’s begin...

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?

I have never been so low. This is the deepest depth I have ever experienced. The engulfing warmth matches the expectant desert climate. Today I stand along the shore of the Dead Sea, 1,412 feet below sea level, the lowest landmass on Earth. Tourists bob in the briny...

ONE DOOR CLOSES, ANOTHER OPENS

ONE DOOR CLOSES, ANOTHER OPENS

We often need words of encouragement. Faced with disappointments or failures, it is helpful to have supporters urge us to keep trying and persevere. The phrase, "when one door closes, another opens," comes to mind. Doors can represent new opportunities, ideas or...

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