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Three Steps to Good Habits in the New Year

How many people made New Year’s resolutions this year? How many have already dropped them? My guess is that very few people reading today are still committed to something they made at the beginning of the year, mostly because the vast majority of us don’t even bother trying anymore! 974 more words

General Reflection

Video: Continuing Conversion

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Continuing Conversion: A Short Video by Ferrell Foster

When it comes to living the Christian life one of the challenges we face is that sometimes we think of conversion as only a one-time experience. 254 more words

Christian Living

Plunged into the night

I’ve taken the title of this post from a quote by the Jewish philosopher Martin Buber, from his book “Between man and man”. I wrote it down many years ago when I was questioning the strict religious faith in which I had been brought up. 850 more words


The role of the Holy Spirit in Evangelism

Evangelism is expedient for us as Christians. It is a wonderful command to proclaim God’s love and bring people to the kingdom of Christ. The work of evangelism cannot be carried out by ourselves alone. 1,022 more words

Spiritual Posts

Mbox to Outlook Conversion no more complex ! – Mail Passport Pro

Importing MBOX to Outlook in PST file can prove to be time-consuming and dreadful for both basic users and IT experts. The solution mentioned in this post will simplify it considerably! 9 more words

3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2018

In my 20 years as coordinator of the team ministry in a North Jersey parish, we 11 members (three priests, one deacon, two Sisters, and five lay men and women) would meet twice a month to plan the activities of the parish and to review how things were progressing and learn how we might work together more closely.  574 more words


Conversion To Islam And Persecution: Uthman Ibn Affan's Early Life In Makkah

Uthman Ibn Affan in his early days in Makkah was was punched in the face by a qurayshi polytheist for merely having a different opinion to his. 599 more words