Success is its own reward. So we are told. If we work hard and achieve something of note, others don’t need to pat us on the back. The knowledge of our achievement is all we need. It’s our ...

Mountain climbers know that sometimes things go wrong. So do cross-country skiers. You get out there, and a ski binding breaks, you get a sprained ankle … something. Rally drivers. What can go ...

Hearts falter when giants come calling. It happens to everyone. The singer on stage the first time. The soldier facing overwhelming odds. The entrepreneur when his business model is falling apart ...

John was a close friend of Jesus. He was one of the four musketeers, the four pinnacles of the modern church, the men who were Christ’s closest associates and who wrote the Master’s story and ...

Not all Christians are guaranteed entrance through God’s pearly gates. Wha-!?! How can you say that? I might not make heaven? I’ve confessed my faith. I believe in God and the Bible. I even ...

Some parts of a foundation are more important than others. A keystone is the centerpiece of an arch. Remove it, and the rest is weakened. It will continue to stand for a while, but cracks will ...

What’s impossible is what you haven’t tried. In 1842, the French philosopher Auguste Comte said we could never know the composition of stars. We can now identify each chemical element in the ...

Undercover agents – spies, as we like to call them – have a special status while they are in the field. They place themselves in the middle of danger, even if no one can see it. They lead ...

Has your boss demanded you volunteer for extra duties at work? Are you frustrated that no one else will volunteer to do the lawn? You are always running the washer, fueling the car, and working ...

Children need “face time” with their parents. They also need “skin time,” little hugs to show them they are loved and appreciated. A news story appeared the morning of September 10, 2019. ...

Exercise makes us stronger. Just ask an Olympic athlete, a long-distance runner, or someone who works at labor-intensive jobs. The more we do, the more we can do. Our muscles grow in girth and ...

The Universe is a grand and glorious creation. It’s bigger than we can imagine. We’re only now uncovering the massive depths of stars in our field of vision. The well-known Hubble telescope ...

Vaccinations are generally considered a good thing. We get a small dose of medicine, and it protects us from a larger illness. Getting poked by a needle’s not fun, however, even when we know ...

Success is its own reward. So we are told. If we work hard and achieve something of note, others don’t need to pat us on the back. The knowledge of our achievement is all we need. It’s our ...

Mountain climbers know that sometimes things go wrong. So do cross-country skiers. You get out there, and a ski binding breaks, you get a sprained ankle … something. Rally drivers. What can go ...

Hearts falter when giants come calling. It happens to everyone. The singer on stage the first time. The soldier facing overwhelming odds. The entrepreneur when his business model is falling apart ...

John was a close friend of Jesus. He was one of the four musketeers, the four pinnacles of the modern church, the men who were Christ’s closest associates and who wrote the Master’s story and ...

Not all Christians are guaranteed entrance through God’s pearly gates. Wha-!?! How can you say that? I might not make heaven? I’ve confessed my faith. I believe in God and the Bible. I even ...

Some parts of a foundation are more important than others. A keystone is the centerpiece of an arch. Remove it, and the rest is weakened. It will continue to stand for a while, but cracks will ...

What’s impossible is what you haven’t tried. In 1842, the French philosopher Auguste Comte said we could never know the composition of stars. We can now identify each chemical element in the ...
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