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A Race Well Run

  1. 04th November 2023
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

At a time when we are inundated daily with a tsunami of negativity and dark, foreboding developments around the nation and the world, a real-life story of courage and overcoming adversity is a welcome break in the weather. Such is the story of a man and his afflicted son who refused to be stymied by disability—and set a wonderful example of determination and...


The Opportunity to Change

  1. 01st November 2023
  2. Roger Meyer

One of the greatest opportunities we have in life is the opportunity to change. We can decide to start doing the things we should and to stop doing the things we shouldn’t. We can “turn our life around.”


The Blessing of Unclean Animals

  1. 28th October 2023
  2. Josh Lyons

Just the other day, as I was taking out the trash early in the morning, I noticed that some food debris had dripped onto the sidewalk. The need to clean the small area came to mind, but I then noticed that ants had beaten me to task.


A very popular song in 1969 was “One,” written by singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson and made popular by the American rock band Three Dog Night. The opening lyric of the song says, “One is the loneliest number that you’ll ever do.” But is “one” always lonely? While it is true that the number “1” is often associated with being solitary and alone, we should...


The Beautiful, Meaningful Rainbow

  1. 21st October 2023
  2. Wyatt Ciesielka

The rainbow is beautiful, and meaningful beyond what most people realize. Not only is it a sign of God’s faithful mercy, but the Bible also associates the rainbow with His throne and a powerful revelation concerning the return of Jesus Christ to establish His reign on earth.


Faith or Fear?

  1. 18th October 2023
  2. Roger Meyer

People have all kinds of fears. Even the bravest among us, though they may not like to admit it, have a fear or two lurking in their minds. Whether it be a common one, like the fear of public speaking (Glossophobia), or a quirky one, like the fear of clowns (Coulrophobia), fears are unpleasant. What are you afraid of?


The Parental Tool of Lying?

  1. 11th October 2023
  2. Adam J. West

An ongoing study provides shocking insights into dangerous deceptions from the most trusted individuals in the life of a child—his or her parents. Is it harmful to tell children that Santa Claus is real? Is it simply encouraging them to use their God-given imagination, thereby broadening their future mental potential? What effect does parental lying have on the...


Monsters Descend on Israel

  1. 10th October 2023
  2. Wallace G. Smith

On October 7, 2023, monsters descended on the nation of Israel. As word spread, many Israelis rushed to their cellphones or television screens to see images of terrorists crossing Israel’s borders by land and sea—even by air in small, improvised aircraft. They descended upon a music festival packed with dancing youth. They encroached on neighborhoods. They...


A Malignant Obsession

  1. 07th October 2023
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

It was simply a trip to a major retail bookseller with a friend who wanted to pick up a book. Who knew it would be an eye-opening experience? Unless you go to movie theaters, watch a lot of popular television shows, or peruse the popular books at your favorite retailer, you may not be aware of the current obsession involving vampires, zombies, and other macabre...


Emotionalism and Feel-Good Religion

  1. 04th October 2023
  2. Roger Meyer

Some Christian denominations attract members by offering a “feel-good religious experience,” complete with an upbeat message, live Christian rock music, encouragement to indulge in fits of emotion, and requiring little in the way of commitments. But is an emotionally charged “religious experience” truly the worship God wants?