Author and physician Ronald Ragotzy’s new book, Raising Abel, offers a biblical prescription for healthy faith. Ragotzy investigates some of the earliest stories in Genesis and splits them into four parts: the premise, the promise, the prescription, and the practice. Combining medical insight with spiritual understanding, Raising Abel will help readers discover and maintain a healthy faith that lasts.
Raising Abel is available for purchase on Amazon today.
Despite a 1-0 loss to Germany, the United States Men’s National Team has advanced to the Round of 16 in the 2014 World Cup. Expectations for the team this year were relatively low, especially given its placement in the “Group of Death,” Group G. Many fans also reacted negatively to head coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s claim that it is “unrealistic” for the team to win this year’s World Cup.
The team saw strong performances from team captain Clint Dempsey, goalkeeper Tim Howard, and midfielder Jermaine Jones throughout the group stage. After defeating Ghana, who had eliminated the US in the last two World Cup competitions, the United States tied Portugal after leading 2-1 until last 30 seconds. With today’s tie against Germany and Portugal’s simultaneous win over Ghana, the United States has finished second in Group G.
The team’s next game will be against the winner of Group H on Tuesday, July 1st at 4:00pm EST.
Set against the backdrop of Rock n’ Roll’s 1950’s heyday, The Identical is a story of a pastor’s son, called to sing. A long his journey, he discovers a shocking secret that not only explains his past but gives a glimpse into his future, helping him to discover his greater purpose. Don’t miss the movie, which hits theaters September 5. We promise. You won’t be disappointed.
Hall of Famer and 15-time All Star Tony Gwynn, who passed away on June 16th, was more than just a remarkable hitter; he embodied the qualities of sportsmanship, humility, and excitement that make baseball such a great American sport. Gwynn played 20 seasons (1982-2001) for the San Diego Padres and never hit below .309 in any full season.
Here, Keith Olbermann gives a moving on-air eulogy for Tony as both a fan and a friend.