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Huge Turnout for 'Facing Darkness' Movie

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FACING DARKNESS—the gripping, award-winning documentary of the Samaritan’s Purse organization’s race to rescue two of its medical workers stricken with Ebola—took in $1.2 million at the box office for its March 30 one-night, nationwide screening thro... Read full article

Conroe Singer-Songwriter Finds Mentoring More Significant than Fame

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Shellee Coley is one impressive lady, although she is far too modest to say so. Texas born and bred, she followed her dream of becoming a Christian singer-songwriter all the way to Nashville... ... Read full article

Running to Win

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In Paul’s letter to the church at Corinth he states, “Do you not know that those who run in a race, all the runners run, but only one gets the prize? Run in such a way so as to get the prize!” I Cor. 9:24.... Read full article

A Lifetime of Serving Others

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The retired physician still rises early at least two days of the week. By 7 a.m. he’s reviewing the list of those he needs to see. He heads for the elevator pushing a plastic bin full of Bibles and gospel pamphlets.... Read full article

Care, Hope, and Servant Leadership: The Recipe for Transformed Lives

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On the west side of San Antonio, thousands are living without necessities like food, shelter, clothing, and employment. For these people, hope often seems hard to find. Thankfully, the Christian Hope Resource Center is making a difference.... Read full article

Proactive Love: Serve 210

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Everyone, and I mean everyone, has an opinion on the recent national and global senseless violence and killings. Amidst the voices that are creating a cloud of hate and argument, one voice will hopefully emerge; a voice of proactive love.... Read full article

WSJ Sportswriter Hits a Home Run with Funny, Poignant Essays

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Jason Gay, sportswriter for the Wall Street Journal, writes an advice book for the advice skeptic.... Read full article

Receive with Gratitude

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The natural resources, the abundant beauty, the stunning ongoing miracles uncovered by science, the rich diversity of plant and animal life: the myriad of good, very good, gifts from God surround us.... Read full article

Hope Sick

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I have believed time that the bottom is going to drop out. I fear that the second law of thermodynamics is true for all things – the foundation of a house, the relationship between lovers, the clear understanding of a passage we’ve known for a while.... Read full article

Foster Care Common Denominator for more than 60% of Sex-Trafficking Victims

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Children enter foster care and group homes through no fault of their own, because they have experienced abuse or neglect. This prior victimization can make them more attractive to sex traffickers. The figures are quite staggering…... Read full article