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VeggieTales launches Bible exploration DVD

If you have children, chances are that you have heard of the VeggieTales. Have you heard the statistic that there is a Bible in 92 percent of American homes? The most important question is: Do children really understand what is in the Bible? Realizing that the new generation learns more visually, Tyndale House Publishers presents […]

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Interview: Tewanah Aman

Conducted by Scott Spages Personal information:Birth Place:   Gastonia, North CarolinaYears in Florida:Moved to Florida in 1969.Married John Aman in 1995Occupation: Executive Director ofBroward County Right to LifeFamily and interests:Q:     Where did you grow up and what was it like? A:     My younger years were spent in North Carolina and Georgia. My father’s profession required […]

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Four lessons from Michael Jackson’s This Is It

One of my fondest memories of college life involves my own dirty laundry. I’ll never forget doing laundry in the basement of Holloway Hall, the dormitory I called home at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Between loads, I’d sprint to the break room to catch Michael Jackson’s Thriller video on the big, bulky TV. The synchronized […]

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Performing for an audience of one: God

Over a 50-year span, the average American spends approximately 100,000 hours working. Unfortunately, millions of Christians are duped into believing that there isn’t the slightest connection between what they do all day and what they believe God wants to accomplish on this Earth. Nothing could be further from the truth. Work is not something we […]

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Sexual abuse victim walks 500-miles across Florida

A young woman who overcame years of physical and sexual abuse, and then worked to change Florida law to better protect the rights of victims, arrived Tuesday at the historic Capitol steps after a 500-mile walk throughout the state during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Lauren Book-Lim, who endured childhood sexual abuse for six years at […]

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Camping was good, clean fun, but …

Last month my family and I went on our annual family camping trip. We have been traveling with some of the same families for the past five years and there are always lots of kids, activities, and some practical jokes. This year’s trip, however, was a little different. There were twice as many families as […]

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SI story focuses on faith of PGA’s Langer

Despite a successful pro golf career and the appearances of everything going right, in 1985 Bernhard Langer felt a void that he couldn’t explain. “I had just won the Masters, I’m driving to Hilton Head with my beautiful young wife, and I felt empty,” Langer said in a Sports Illustrated story. “I don’t know why.” […]

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Turning a culture of debt into a culture of thrift

A growing number of American Christians and even some secular groups are beginning to believe John Wesley had the right idea: “Make all you can; save all you can; give all you can.” Hard work, thrift and philanthropy seem counter-cultural in a time and place where debt is pervasive, with individuals, families, companies and even […]

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The Cyber-Vasion

With the rapid influx of communication technology, it is more necessary than ever before for parents to make decisions for their children. Picture this: Parents need a babysitter for the evening and ask a stranger to watch their child.  “No way,” you scream!  Let us continue: a stranger knocks on your front door and says, […]

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Not just a woman’s disease – Lupus

At the young age of 22, Jonathan Ramirez was starting to feel a lot older than he was. Severe pains cascaded through his body on a regular basis. He noticed that he was losing his hair. A strange rash started to turn up around his eyes, and no matter how many hours of sleep he […]

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