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After reading Marv Knox's 100 Reasons to Be Thankful on the FaithVillage blog, I was inspired. I originally wanted to write a long list of things I'm grateful for before Thanksgiving. Once again, it came and went quicker than I'd prefer. But that's okay. I'll make it work. Thanksgiving is more than a holiday. It's an attitude that we should put effort into maintaining each and every day - not merely once a year. While that seems cliché, it's tru»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
After reading Marv Knox's 100 Reasons to Be Thankful on the FaithVillage blog, I was inspired. I originally wanted to write a long list of things I'm grateful for before Thanksgiving. Once again, it came and went quicker than I'd prefer. But that's okay. I'll make it work. Thanksgiving is more than a holiday. It's an attitude that we should put effort into maintaining each and every day - not merely once a year. While that seems cliché, it's tru»
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FaithVillage publisher Marv Knox comments on Rachel Held Evans's sermon at Mars Hill.
Article | Spiritual Practices >
 
Marv Knox shares what fills his heart with gratitude.
Article | Holidays >
 
Publisher Marv Knox reflects on what makes for "the best Christmas ever."»
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Christmas memories from FV Publisher Marv Knox
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Tim Tebow and the phenomenon of Tebowing poses the question: How should a Christian live in public?
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Reporter Brian Nixon with the ASSIST News Service helps patrons consider Modern Art. Denver, Colorado (ANS) —I read Francis Schaeffer’s classic and influential book How Shall We Then Live early in my Christian walk. I was in my early 20’s. I was intrigued by Schaeffer’s considerations, and the book helped form my own understanding of the world. I was struck by his insightful look at history and the flow of culture, showing how  philoso»
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My aunt posted the following on my Facebook timeline the other day: Being a Bluegrass fan, it often comes down to this.  Are you Monroe fan or a Stanley fan.  If you aren’t a Bluegrass fan, then bless your heart. It doesn’t have to be about that particular musical taste.  It could be The Beatles or Stones. Or Ford or Chevy.  I’ve really never known anyone that entered that argument pulling for Dodge, Plymouth or Chrysler.  Maybe it’s»