“Fake it till you make it” is a phrase that is often met with laughter, encouraging people to pretend to be someone they’re not in the hopes of fitting in. But the funny phrase often causes believers and non-believers alike to live a life that is based upon lies, trying to please others.  In Fake […]

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  A woman who has helped save hundreds of lives from abortion discovers later in life that she was almost aborted. An abortion doctor who heard prayers and singing in the pregnancy center next door to his abortion facility ends up never doing another abortion. A young pregnant woman in Texas tried to call Planned Parenthood […]

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The beginning of the school year is a great time to start a new devotional book as a family. It can be something you use as a springboard for conversation over dinner, as you get ready for your day at breakfast or as you wind down your day. David C Cook has a series of […]

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Whether you are five years old or fifty-five years old, sitting down and reading a book can be a difficult thing to do. From messages on our cell phones to the daily tasks that we have to get done, there are so many things that edge out reading for pleasure. But there is something that […]

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65,300,000 people have been forced from their homes around the world. 21,300,000 children worldwide have been left homeless over the last decade due to terrorist acts and human rights violations. 34,000 people are forcibly displaced daily because of conflict or persecution and many are children. 3,000 children lost a parent in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. […]

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Football season is right around the corner. While the headlines are unfortunately filled with athletes recognized for their misconduct, there are also several athletes making a positive impact on and off the field. They give back to the community and are an example of using their platform as an athlete to share their faith. One […]

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You know that feeling, don’t you? That heart sting when someone else receives the very thing you desire. When your best friend announces her engagement. When your sister says she’s pregnant. When your coworker gets the promotion. You tell yourself you’re happy for her, but something casts a shadow. That something is envy. What if, […]

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Since the 1800s, people have used Advent calendars to count down to Christmas. German Lutherans were amongst the first to start this tradition. They would count down the days using chalk marks or lighting candles. The first Advent calendar to be produced was by Gerhard Lang in the early 1900’s.  A German newspaper helped popularize […]

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What brings guests to your business may not be enough to keep them coming back. The key to growth as a business, church, or a youth ministry is getting first-time guests to come back, so how can this be done? Jason Young and Jonathan Malm know this struggle first-hand. Young is director of guest experience […]

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San Diego welcomed former Chargers star LaDainian “LT” Tomlinson back to his city on Monday, August 27th, to honor him with a special event: LT’S San Diego Homecoming Celebration. The homecoming is a celebration of LT’s Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction, his ongoing commitment to his fans, his continued philanthropic outreach as an Ambassador […]

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