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Are House Cats Smarter Than Humans?

posted by Carolyn Henderson

It’s time to bring to a close the age-old debate about whether dogs or cats — and the people who prefer one to the other — are smarter. Not because the general populace has accepted the final resolution of the issue […]

Longing for Success

posted by Carolyn Henderson

If you want people to read an article you write, or watch a video you post, just make sure that the title has the word, “Success” in it. (I know. I just did that. Did it work?) Fortunately, I am […]

God Is Not as Inept as We Think He Is

posted by Carolyn Henderson

Lately, I have been working on a bad habit, and if you have teenagers, you probably know what I’m talking about: I remind people, frequently, of obvious things to be done, and it drives them nuts. Like this, to Tired […]

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Walking in the Dark
Recently, a friend sent me this Bible verse from Isaiah 50:10: "Who among you fears the Lord and obeys the word of his servant? "Let him who walks in the dark, who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on his God." [caption id="attachment_1446" align="alignleft" width="351"]

posted 11:24:40am Jan. 21, 2015 | read full post »

Four Important Men You’ve Never Heard of
Depending upon our interests, those of us who live in the world of mass media can rattle off names of note in the sports arena, TV land, cinematic Fantasia, network "news," political affront, musical medley, or the religious circus, er, circuit. [caption id="attachment_1080" align="alignleft" w

posted 3:10:09pm Jan. 19, 2015 | read full post »

Family and Friends Are Not Dysfunctional
People matter. "Of course they do," we all nod our heads emphatically.  A ridiculously easy way to bring people to tears is to show them a clip of a politician, movie celebrity, or extraordinarily rich and famous businessperson wiping their eyes and stumblingly uttering how much their spouse,

posted 9:40:00am Jan. 16, 2015 | read full post »

When Powerful People Repent -- Is It Real?
The other day, I read an intriguing post by a Famous Face. Like many Famous Faces, when he speaks, hordes of people -- far too many of the Christian persuasion, incidentally -- listen. [caption id="attachment_1431" align="alignleft" width="351"] As humans, it's easy to elevate our idea of our

posted 10:05:42am Jan. 14, 2015 | read full post »

What Chickens Teach Us about God
There are two primary ways to learn about God: The first, and most obvious to all of us (even though we may not take advantage of the resource), is Scripture itself. Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, Gospels, Epistles, History, or Poetry -- the Bible is full of references about God, and when

posted 12:35:33pm Jan. 12, 2015 | read full post »


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