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Working mothers at home

  1. 13th March 2006
  2. Rod McNair

Only in the last century or two has the matter of mothers – and even fathers – working outside the home become an issue. Before that, everyone was in the "workforce"– at home.


And children shall be their oppressors

  1. 06th March 2006
  2. Gary F. Ehman (1937–2021)

One of the world's most alarming trends involves one of its most precious resources – its youth. Alarmed at the trend, world leaders, law enforcement officials and mental health leaders are nervously searching for reasons behind the mounting tsunami of teen, and pre-teen, violence. Children – once described as "sugar and spice and everything nice" and "snips and...


The Age of the "Wuss"

  1. 27th February 2006
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

While listening to a well know radio show, a female caller made the point that we now live it the "age of the wuss." Now, just what is a "wuss"? The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition states, "Slang: A person regarded as weak or timid and especially as unmanly." A "wuss" is a wimp; a timid, ineffectual man.


The Solution to Man's Problems

  1. 20th February 2006
  2. Martin Fannin

Man is facing a multitude of problems for which he has no solution! Who is responsible for these problems? In the ultimate sense, Satan is responsible for the problems through his deception.


Commandment keeping and Christians

  1. 13th February 2006
  2. Carl Ponder (1939-2007)

Recently someone said to me, "I still have doubts and unanswered questions about being under the law, the Ten Commandments, and also under God's grace. Much of Tomorrow's World's interpretations and teachings make perfect sense, but it is so difficult to be de-programmed [of this world's wrong teachings]!"


A return to New Orleans

  1. 06th February 2006
  2. Jonathan McNair

My wife and I just returned from a visit to Louisiana. Although our visit was short, we spent part of our trip touring the devastation in the area around New Orleans. I wish every citizen in our nation could see what we saw that day, with their own eyes, not just through the news media.


A Time of Restoring

  1. 30th January 2006
  2. Martin Fannin

Years ago, a friend and I stood on a mountain crest located on the Cumberland Plateau. Before us were broad grassy meadows, created from land that had been strip-mined. Although major damage had been done to the land through clear-cutting of timber and strip-mining, reclamation was producing positive results. The meadows were pleasing to the eye and the animal ...


These Disunited States of America

  1. 27th January 2006
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

As we remembered 1776 and celebrated the anniversary of the birth of the United States of America, countless Americans were reminded, if only for a day, of the heroic beginnings of this great nation. Many years have passed since that sweltering summer in Philadelphia when the Declaration of Independence was signed, but they are only a short time in the flow of...


Herbert W. Armstrong remembered

  1. 20th January 2006
  2. Roderick C. Meredith (1930-2017)

As many of you may remember, January 16th was the 20th anniversary of the death of Herbert W. Armstrong. It is very helpful, I feel, to remember that Christ used this man—human as he was—more than anyone we know of for the last several hundred years. A number of us in this Work had the privilege of working with him closely for decades. It was a privilege that we...