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Christian Living - Latest Columns, Page 11
» Mel Gibson's Problem Is Not Alcohol
       by Paul Proctor
       I'm sure you've seen the headlines and the mug shot of Mel Gibson being booked for DUI. It is one of those human-interest stories that generate an enormous amount of media attention and website traffic, not so much because it involves alcohol abuse b... read more
    August 2, 2006
» Making God Laugh
       by Marsha Jordan
       One snowy morning, I left church with a simple "to do" list. It included "Go to church, go home, and relax with the family." Nowhere on the list was "fishtail around an icy curve, become airborne, flip my van, barely miss a t... read more
    July 31, 2006
» Why Your Local Church Didn't Make 'The List'
       by Matt Friedeman
       I am just as jealous as I can be ... in a holy sort of way, of course. My church of 200 attenders didn't make the recent list of the 50 most influential churches. Dr. John Vaughan of Church Growth Today asked 2,000 of the largest non-Catholic congreg... read more
    July 25, 2006
» The Language of God
       by Dr. Benjamin Wiker
       So often-in fact, with tireless repetition-we are told that the really top-name scientists are not Christians. That intellectual rigor and religious belief cannot coexist in the same person. We suspect that what is really the case, is that there are ... read more
    July 13, 2006
» Just Who's Using Whom For What In North Korea?
       by Paul Proctor
       A collective gasp arose from the worshippers. Then, claps and cheers," reported Sarah Price Brown in the June 27th issue of Religion News Service. "Evangelical pastor Rick Warren has been invited to preach this summer to some 15,000 Christi... read more
    July 12, 2006
» m...m...m...Married?
       by Jane Jimenez
       They were a tender sight across the room, the two of them leaning across the table, talking and laughing, smiling into each other's eyes. Even as they ate dinner under the low lights, they kept their fingers laced together on the tabletop. As the wai... read more
    July 6, 2006
» What To Do When Your Church Hits A Pothole
       by Paul Proctor
       I doubt there is anyone who frequents an automobile these days that isn't furiously familiar with the teeth-rattling impact of potholes. You never see them coming; and no matter what route you take to your destination there always seems to be at leas... read more
    June 29, 2006
» Sacrificing Truth for Love
       by Jane Jimenez
       Quotes about the truth abound. Hard truths. The truth, we are told, sometimes hurts. Hurt though it may, we are challenged. "If the shoe fits, wear it." Hard truths become real in a concrete picture. Truth is pinching toes and chafing heels... read more
    June 28, 2006
» Monster-in-law
       by Marsha Jordan
       Jacob's father-in-law, Laban, wasn't a very nice guy. (Genesis 31) First, he made Jacob work seven years for permission to marry the girl he loved, Laban's daughter Rachel. Then, on the wedding day, the scoundrel deceived Jacob into marrying Rachel's... read more
    June 20, 2006
» Great Kids? Thank Dad!
       by Janice Shaw Crouse
       My husband and I are often amused when someone praises us for being good parents. They see that our two adult children and their families are strong Christian believers and are well-adjusted and accomplished, and it is clear that they are trying to f... read more
    June 18, 2006
» A Father's Influence Extends to Generations
       by Rev. Mark Creech
       Abraham had gone to Egypt because of a famine. His wife Sarah was a stunningly attractive woman and Abraham was deeply concerned someone might attempt to kill him to obtain her. So he instructed Sarah to say she was his sister. It was a half-truth be... read more
    June 17, 2006
» Remembering Dad
       by Jane Jimenez
       My father has been gone for over ten years. It seems like yesterday ... I miss him still. He was a father from the "old school," an outdoorsman who took me out one freezing morning on a duck hunting trip. At 12 years of age, I felt honored ... read more
    June 15, 2006
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