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What to do when the doctors say, "It is terminal . . ."

What to do when the doctors say, “It is terminal . . .” This sentence has been on my mind for the last week or so since I learned of the terminal diagnosis of a 52 year old friend of mine from Fort Worth.   733 more words

Life Issues

Comfort-KinderTransport

Based on kinder transport, it’s a good read (by Diane Samuels)

As a mother you were the most constant
Held me in your arms
Nurtured me from a baby to my late youth… 68 more words

Life Issues

Life Lessons From Peyton Manning

Sunday night, millions watched quarterback Peyton Manning break Brett Favre’s record for most touchdown passes all time in NFL history. I know some of you reading this could care less about football, but let me share some things we can all learn from a man named Peyton Manning. 581 more words

Life Issues

You Are Not What You Do: The Truth Behind What Defines Us

The Question Of Identity:

Each one of us possesses a grand variety of unique personality traits and personal accomplishments, all of which play a part in characterizing our individual lives. 1,846 more words

Ponderings

I Will Not Bow

This weekend, I went to a conference put on by the Gospel Coalition (http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/), called Overflow. There I heard great theologians, missionaries, and pastors speak amazing things of the God of the universe. 580 more words

Theology

Legislating Our Morality

Over the past weeks, months and even years Northern Ireland has faced the question ‘should Christians legislate their morality?’

This question has become more hotly debated as the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) have held the position of Health Minister.  191 more words

Christian Living

Listen attentively, not aggressively

The subject of the family is central to any discussion of the Gospel and society.  God has always chosen to reveal Himself through the family.  He created Adam and Eve as parents to the human family.  1,202 more words

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