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The true towering tomb

The oldest of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Great Pyramid of Giza, has amazed and astonished experts to this day.  Rising over 450 feet into the air and constructed on a base whose area is more than 750 square feet, the pyramid covers an area of over 12 acres with nearly 2 […]

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Teaching about difficulty

In the Christmas movie “It’s a Wonderful Life”, we get to follow the adult trials and the childhood experiences of George.  Each time he faced a difficult situation he asked himself the same question: “What would Dad do?”  Somehow George picked up lessons from his dad that helped him navigate life and become a community […]

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Hope and certainty

When you turned on the kitchen faucet today, you didn’t wonder whether the water would flow out. When you went to bed remembering what you had to do in the morning, you were planning for tomorrow. We all exercise faith every day in the little things we do. It is a belief system of sorts, […]

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We are all tools in the hands of God

There is a most curious incident recorded in the seventh chapter of Mark’s gospel. Jesus, we are told, “left the vicinity of Tyre and went through Sidon, down to the Sea of Galilee and into the region of the Decapolis. There some people brought to Him a man who was deaf and could hardly talk, […]

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Graham Evan. holds Dominican outreach

Some 45,000 Christians across the Dominican Republic were trained and ready last month to share their faith, as part of the largest evangelistic outreach in the Caribbean nation’s history. On March 18-20, these Christians will implement the latest project of My Hope, carried out in partnership with the Charlotte, N.C.-based Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). […]

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WAYFM’s Mornings with Brant Hansen

On the air He is the recipient of numerous awards for his professional accomplishments, a deeply committed husband and father, a delightfully acerbic communicator, and an unrelenting and effective advocate of the poor, the orphaned, and the outcast. And he has a form of autism. Tune in to Mornings with Brant on WAY-FM and you […]

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The future of Christian Speculative Fiction

In the past few years, millions have flocked to movie theaters and book stores, hoping to get their fix of storylines filled with vampires, time travel, dragons, and other fantasy-laden and science fiction-charged scenarios. For Christians, however, who are interested and on the hunt for enjoyable speculative fiction, this can be a daunting task. Christian […]

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A Picture, A Play, and A Passion

After the death of his mother in childbirth and apparent abandonment by his father, he is driven from his home by circumstances beyond his control. He soon falls in with a gang of kids who teach him the essentials of survival on the street. Betrayal, petty theft, desperate loneliness, and the internal growl of his […]

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Airport body scanners violate

A group of Muslim scholars says it supports airline safety, but it is “deeply concerned” about the use of airport scanners that show nude images of the human body. “The Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) emphasizes that a general and public use of such scanners is against the teachings of Islam, natural law and […]

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Americans to pay for abortions

When the House passed the historic Senate version of health care reform, it opened the door for the federal government to pay for more abortions than at any time in history. Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., who had led the pro-life opposition, changed his vote after President Obama promised to sign an executive order said to […]

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