Life threatening concerns
We live in a day when most personal boundaries have collapsed. If we consider all the available electronic connectedness, we could say all boundaries have buckled. While easy connectedness may have some positive merit, if viewed with God principles, many results seem negative because of an emerging fear.
High-stakes testing is not the answer
Everyone knows the feeling. It’s probably pretty early in the morning. You’ve got your No. 2 pencil in hand, crisply sharpened and ready for action. Months have been spent agonizing over the importance of the standardized test you are about to take. I hope you’re ready, because your entire future could be riding on your performance. But should this be the case? I don’t think so.
The roll call of the misfits
The roll call of the faithful in Hebrews 11 is designed to inspire us and give us hope. Comparing our difficulties with theirs gives us some perspective when the problems of life feel overwhelming. There are some pretty terrible and overwhelming struggles described there.
Where the sidewalk ends
I remember getting the call one night three years ago. One of my best friends had been hit by a car.
Letter to the Editor
Money, Money, Money, Money, Money
Whenever James Truslow Adams coined the term “the American Dream,” he probably never envisioned the nightmare that it would become.
When I was down in Brazil, I went into a shop to practice my Portuguese and buy a Pepsi.
How Is Your Adventure Going?
I love Steven Curtis Chapman’s music, at least, most of it. Before my last trip to Romania, I recorded some favorite tunes from different artists that spoke something I needed for the trip. The words to his song, "The Great Adventure" were perfect for me.
Inflexible thought is a growing problem
You remember the Dixie Chicks, of course. The band that told foreigners how embarrassed we were of President George Bush?
Who deserves the praise?
“Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven.”— Matthew 6:1
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