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December 2010 Archives

What has happened in your life in 2010? To end the year, it is often helpful to review what has taken place and look forward to what is ahead. This weekend, I’ll be sharing from some of my own questions […]

According to CNN, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange received the top vote for “Most Intriguing Person of the Year” for 2010. The rest of the Top 10 were as follows: 2. President Barack Obama 3. Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg 4. Apple […]

Thought your Christmas was rough? It was likely far easier than what believers experienced in Iraq. According to Archbishop Sako, “We will not celebrate this year. We will only pray to God asking for peace to prevail in our country.” […]

Having trouble getting away? Probably not as much as Francis Chan. Despite leaving the country with his family for some time in Asia, his books and DVDs continue to place his efforts in the national spotlight. CNN’s Eric Marrapodi recently […]

Inspiring story from CNN’s Belief blog today on two Haitian friends reunited after the January quake for the first time. The arduous trip begins from a city on fire. Falone Maxi steps into the white Nissan Patrol, a small back […]

Many causes and charities plea for our attention during the holidays, but when the day comes, most of us spend Christmas sharing meal and gifts with family. I took some time to observe how people show their faith even during […]

The original story of Christmas. I encourage you to read this on your own and with your loved ones as you celebrate this day. The Birth of Jesus  1 In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should […]

As many of us enjoy Christmas Eve and prepared to celebrate the holidays with family, please keep in mind to pray for our Christian brothers and sisters in Pakistan. Several demonstrations are scheduled this week over proposed changes to the […]

The USA Today reported the findings of a new holiday survey over half (56%) of 18-29 year old Americans believe Christmas is not primarily “religious.” To quote LIfeWay president Ed Stetzer, “A lot of Americans celebrate Christmas like they participate in […]

Following an onslaught of religious bus ads over throughout the holiday season, the Fort Worth, Texas transit agency has chosen to no longer carry religious ads after 2010. While some will be happy to see the ads moved elsewhere, such […]