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Green prince turns from terror
War and terrorism: Who is to blame?
CrossFit worl champion Rich Froning

Redefining ‘the good life’
Rappers throughout the years have tried to encapsulate in their lyrics what they think it means to live “the good life” but Trip has a new view
Redefining ‘the good life’
Disney to divine
Disneyland Princess by day, stripper by night becomes girl of forgiveness
Disney to divine
Making sense of evil
Former Parisian Guillaume Bignon examines what evil actions tell us
Making sense of evil
Need a clean up?
When I was 16, my parents decided they could finally trust me and my brothers enough to leave us home while they went away for a weekend.
Need a clean up?
Green Prince turns from terror
The son to a founding member of the Hamas Palestinian terrorist group shares why he is prepared to put his life on the line in the name of peace and the truth
Green Prince turns from terror
War and terrorism : Who is to blame?
I have lost count of the amount of times people have accusingly or curiously asked me this question: If God is good, why is religion the cause of most wars?
War and terrorism : Who is to blame?
Richness not in wealth
Cheap florescent-colored pants were the final straw for Scott Kvandal, whose family was too poor to afford anything better at the time. He swore to make a better life for himself that day.
Richness not in wealth
Joan Rivers’ cash trashed
Joan Alexandra Molinsky, better known as Joan Rivers died in September of 2014 as the result of a routine procedure. Her death was a shock
Joan Rivers’ cash trashed
Money is a drug
We often think about money as a tool of exchange, a practical method of buying, selling and doing business.
Orphanage director loved Burkina Faso
American missionary never stopped helping until his tragic death in January 2016
Orphanage director loved Burkina Faso
Lost and found
A feeling of abandonment and emptiness often overwhelmed Tash Head as a teenager when she reflected on the suicide of her father when she was just a baby.
Lost and found
Missing sheep?
When people say they were once 'lost' before becoming Christians, to some it just sounds strange, right?
Missing sheep?
Myth: busted
That Bible can’t be trusted
Myth: busted
Review: Concussion
Do we respond like Dr. Omalu or the NFL, asks Ben McEachen
Review: Concussion
Research scientist relies on the Bible
Upon meeting a Ph.D. scientist in synthetic organic chemistry, some may be surprised that Gary Baxter uses his skills in research and analysis to ground his faith in the existence of the biblical God.
Research scientist relies on the Bible
Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”
We have periodically pointed out that, from a biblical perspective, there have only been about 200 human generations since time began.
Human gene mutations “arose in the last 200 generations”
Love regained after heartbreak
A devastating break-up led Kahlia to re-examine where true love is found
Love regained after heartbreak
Worth the wait
As I planned to celebrate the first Valentine’s Day with my newlywed husband a thought struck me and I think it’s worth sharing with other young couples…
Worth the wait
Goal-setting: a recipe for a great marriage
Great communication is the bedrock of a marriage, and setting goals is essential to this.
Goal-setting: a recipe for a great marriage
Clarifying expectations is vital
I have been reading and thinking about expectations in the context of marriage
Clarifying expectations is vital
Who is this guy?
Have you ever thought you knew someone really well, then an unusual event makes you wonder?
Who is this guy?
YouTube Kids app selects kid-friendly videos
Chances are, if your child can hold a pencil, they already know how to use a touch screen and love watching videos on YouTube.
YouTube Kids app selects kid-friendly videos
High blood pressure the silent killer - Part 1
Hypertension
Battle of the Mind
Four-time CrossFit champ reveals his ultimate motivation
Battle of the Mind

Prisons Edition

Help with life’s battles
Lawrence had everything going for him but when life fell apart only one thing could save him from himself
Help with life’s battles
Angry outlook gone
Alfred Adonis was angry at the world.
Angry outlook gone
Lung expert knows suffering
Known for his ground-breaking research into asbestos-induced cancer, Professor Bruce Robinson M.D is very familiar with a world of suffering
Lung expert knows suffering
Ex-gangster reflects new life in rap
Death threats caused Jake to turn to the only one he knew could save him
Ex-gangster reflects new life in rap
Star Wars: Anyone out there?
Gary Bates, author of the Amazon top 50 selling book “Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the evolution connection,” shares his thoughts on alien intrigue
Star Wars: Anyone out there?
Musician finds pain gone
Singer for indie electro-pop band Monarch Brennan Strawn shares his journey from depression to new life
Musician finds pain gone
Reoffender renewed from inside
Ex-drug junkie shares why people should never give up on life
Reoffender renewed from inside
Old gone, new is here
The choices Petrus Tseko made landed him in prison but he is glad because it revealed something to him more precious than life itself.
Old gone, new is here
How to gain a clean record
At some point in life we all need a fresh start.
How to gain a clean record

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