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The next time you feel like complaining about your life, consider Sara Coiner. She cannot speak. She cannot walk. She cannot move her hands with enough control to type on a keyboard. But she has a driving desire to tell […]

With his elderly father suffering from the confusion that comes with too many old-age ailments, Steven Travers felt the two of them still needed to have a heart-to-heart talk. But he feared it would not be easy. “I girded myself,” Travers writes […]

Texas 9-year-old Isaac Armstead credits his faith in God for his incredible survival after walking into a airplane propeller going full speed — and living to talk about it. The prop split his head open and took off his right […]

In today’s culture, preaching will not be effective if Christians are not also highly effective, writes Dr. Timothy Keller on the website Redeemer City to City. “In our times, people will be indifferent or hostile to the idea of attending […]

The event – a foul-shooting contest for top academic students at Compton High School in Los Angeles – was created with a simple premise: Organizers wanted to show the kids in the low-income, high-crime area how to create community spirit with college scholarship […]

    Have you ever wondered about the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence?   What kind of men were they?   What became of them?   Twenty-four of the 56 men were lawyers and jurists. Eleven were merchants and […]

Beliefnet’s Nora Beth Puls reports in her “Sweet Shore” blog that the U.S. Navy’s Logistics Specialist 1st Class Christopher Cady, a petty officer, has been named the winner of this year’s National Fatherhood Initiative “Military Fatherhood Award” during a ceremony in […]