A pretty cool article on the revival going on in New England right now.
Don’t let the title fool you. It is obviously to get your attention.
Four words that will change every situation. We can never get enough of these lessons.
Driving to work can be the best part of your day.
Great story on how folks are smuggled out of North Korea to flee religious and political persecution.
Again, the title is to grab your attention. No kid would ever really want to be known for this, at least not while they are going through it.
“We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.” Johann Wolfgang Goethe
“The way to love anything is to realize it might be lost.” G.K. Chesterton
One has to be sensitive on Mother’s Day not to say “Happy Mother’s Day” to the wrong person. One has to be sensitive on Father’s Day not to say “Happy Father’s Day” to the wrong person. Now there is a strain of concern on Valentine’s Day that one might offend a single person.
I ran across an encouraging article about singleness, Christianity, and the world of marriage. On a day when the Facebook newsfeed is plastered with pictures of roses, messages from every woman on the planet saying ‘I have the most amazing husband in the world,’ and commercialism out the wazoo, I can see how it might be tenuous to be single if one wants to be married.
So as a way to relieve the strain and to be comforted by some soothing words, I pass on the following article:
“An Open Letter to Christian Singles, or, How to Say “Happy Valentine’s Day Without Sounding Sarcastic”