Growing Persecution of Professing Christians

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“Christians are facing growing persecution around the world, fuelled mainly by Islamic extremism and repressive governments...

How Much is Enough?

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A popular syndicated television and radio personality recently related a conversation that he had with a well-known billionaire philanthropist. As they walked over the expansive estate of the wealthy man, the interviewer asked a profound question: “How much is enough?” This person of great wealth made the point that if one does not know “how much” they want to earn or accomplish, then they should know…that they never have “enough.”

A popular syndicated television and radio personality recently related a conversation that he had with a well-known billionaire philanthropist. As they walked over the expansive estate of the wealthy man, the interviewer asked a profound question: “How much is enough?” This person of great wealth made the point that if one does not know “how much” they want to earn or accomplish, then they should know…that they never have “enough.”

Listening

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In the popular country song, “Whatever You Say” by Martina McBride, the lyrics include a line that says, “I know you can hear me, but I don’t think you’re listening.” This verse is part of a song that talks about someone who just wants to be heard and listened to. These lines in the songlyrics, along with the others that follow, resonate with women of all types and ages. As women, isn’t that what we really want most of the time? To just be heard? We aren’t looking for an answer to our questions, a solution or a therapist.

Preaching the Gospel to Cuba?

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After 54 years of animosity, Cuba and the U.S. “formally restored diplomatic relations after an agreement struck last year putting aside decades of hostility came into force. Just after midnight local time [July 20, 2015], the diplomatic missions of each country became full embassies.

"Why America is falling behind the rest of the world"

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"Why America is Falling Behind the Rest of the World" is the title of a sobering new Time Magazine article (July 21, 2015). The article reviews twelve signs of the decline of America—the research findings of two faculty members at Brooklyn College and City University of New York.

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