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Without forgiveness, the most injured will be us

“The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness” was a book written by holocaust

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‘Faith, hope and love’ can ensure a better world

How would you rate the condition of the world today compared to its condition in past generations? A

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Compassion in small doses may be miracle enough

Do lions, the notoriously ruthless kings of the jungle, possess a compassionate streak for the weak

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Are you feeling stuck? Go forward and trust in God

Most of us get stuck. It doesn’t happen predictably, but it does happen almost inevitably. There w

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The short and sweet message of our faith: Love wins

Several years ago while on an overseas trip, we had a challenging conversation with our Buddhist gui

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With God’s constant support, there is nothing to fear

So what are you afraid of? Sometimes that is asked of us, as if being afraid (of almost anything) is

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Don’t be blind to entertaining another perspective

It’s inevitable that as life rolls along we will form some opinions and develop some positions whi

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Remember: Miracles come in all shapes and sizes

Ed Bradley had an extraordinary career. Working as a correspondent for 26 years on the CBS news maga

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If you listen closely, God’s word comes through loud and clear

Remember the old television game show called “Password”? It ran for almost two decades in one fo

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Finding meaning and strength in ‘living’ parables

How do we best learn to answer life’s deep and significant questions? Myths, legends, fables, folk

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Choices, choices: Make wise ones by listening for God’s voice

We recently heard a story about a faculty meeting that occurred at a university some years ago. The

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To get by in life, learn to lean on the strength of faith

As beautiful as life is, it isn’t necessarily easy. A friend of ours recently returned from a fabu