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Christian Living - Latest Columns, Page 5
» Dealing with Grief and Loss
       by Filoiann Wiedenhoff
       There is a great confusion about what is considered grief and loss these days. Unfortunately the miss-understanding of grief and loss leaves people feeling depressed, anxiety filled and alone and they don't understand what's happening to them. I reme... read more
    March 31, 2008
» The Resurrection of Christ Brings New Life
       by Filoiann Wiedenhoff
       Ah Easter, one of my favorite holidays of the year. We love Easter because it is not only one of the most spiritual holidays but a time for reflection and family to come together. It is a remembrance of Jesus rising from the dead, known as His Resurr... read more
    March 3, 2008
» Christ Not a Mere Expression
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Never does a day go by where the name of Jesus Christ is not dragged through the mud. For example, while I engaged in negotiations a few days ago, the other attorney utilized the name of Christ as a swear word at least three different times. This is ... read more
    March 3, 2008
» Dealing with the New Year As a New Season
       by Filoiann Wiedenhoff
       Philippians 3:12-14 "Brothers, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: Forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heav... read more
    January 24, 2008
» Why Religious People Still Trust Their Houses of Worship with Financial Support
       by Dr. Steve McSwain
       The lion-share of charity is given each year by individuals. This year will be no exception and, by far, the largest percentage of it will be directed to churches, synagogues and temples. With the abuses of televangelists over the years and the repor... read more
    December 17, 2007
» Ought To Make A Watergate Conspirator Blush
       by Frederick Meekins
       In Matthew 10:16, Christians are admonished to be as wise as serpents and as harmless as doves. Often though, Christian organizations and ministries are the ones at the forefront of propagating the expectation in the mind of their respective supporte... read more
    December 9, 2007
» The Law & Gospel Dynamic
       by Frederick Meekins
       In classical Lutheran theology and homiletics, a two part approach is often taken referred to as Law and Gospel. For it is through this dynamic duo that the individual is made to realize that he is a sinner in need of salvation and what the solution ... read more
    November 6, 2007
» Yoko Ono Knows No Peace
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Recently I overheard an acquaintance, who happened to be a pop music enthusiast, assert that there was not a person alive who disliked The Beatles. "Reed, do you like The Beatles?" he tried to confirm. "Absolutely not," I replied,... read more
    November 1, 2007
» Is Lutheran Polemicist Falling For The Early Marriage Racket?
       by Frederick Meekins
       Despite their inherent stuffiness, one does not usually have to worry about conservative Lutherans such as those in the Missouri Synod falling for too many of the fads constantly popping up in the contemporary Protestant world. Though conducted in th... read more
    October 22, 2007
» Can Children Recover from Their Parents' Divorce
       by Tricia Cunningham
       A middle aged dad called me one day and asked if I could see his two young boys for counseling. One was five and the other was three, almost four. Their mom had been involved in an affair with the school P.E. coach, and had decided to marry him. The ... read more
    October 22, 2007
» Common Era and the Culture War
       by Reed R. Heustis, Jr.
       Powerful anti-Christian forces have so entrenched themselves in every aspect of American culture, that it is nearly impossible for Christian families to engage in anything worthwhile without being barraged by relentless and malicious efforts to coron... read more
    September 10, 2007
» Census Bureau Pimps Turn The American People Into Information Whores
       by Frederick Meekins
       With all the fuss made over the 300 millionth American, the U.S. Census Bureau enjoyed an unaccustomed moment in the limelight as the work done by this government agency is seldom considered glamorous enough to warrant much coverage in the media. Art... read more
    August 29, 2007
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