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Turning the Other Cheek—Again and Again

I will admit—and am thankful—I have had very few experiences of being publicly insulted. I will also admit I have not always handled it well, but I know the impact it has when I follow Jesus’ teaching to… 309 more words

Bible Studies For Life

Black History Month – Day 5

Matthew MacKenzie (Mack) Robinson
(7/18/1914 – 3/12/2000)

*the following is taken directly from Wikipedia.org*

was an American athlete who won a silver medal in the 1936 Olympics. 334 more words


A Jackie Robinson Mystery

It was 1949, the year Jackie Robinson would bat .342 for the Brooklyn Dodgers and receive the National League’s Most Valuable Player Award, just 31 months after becoming the first black player in the major leagues. 138 more words

An Unsung Pioneer in His Own Right

As we continue to celebrate the great achievements of African-Americans in our national pastime, and with the obvious selection of Jackie Robinson as our featured story in the… 444 more words


The Jan/Feb Digital Issue is Now Available

Well, it’s been a period of transition for the staff here at Baseball Magazine. With the start of a new year, we set our sights on continuing to improve our publication, honing our craft to bring our audience the very best in historical baseball examination, while continuing to put contemporary topics into a historical context. 486 more words


Be True to Character

by Steven Shallenberger

Your character counts!

Character can be defined as how you act when no one is looking. Do you do things in private that would be unacceptable to do around your co-workers or family? 414 more words

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Black History Month is an egregious assault against American Blacks, tantamount to the attempt to establish “ebonics” as Black language; and it does more to demean them than affirmative action. 738 more words

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