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There are events which happen that can’t be explained in ways that might make sense to others. Events which on the surface seem impossible, except you experienced it! Personally, deeply, unforgettably you know this event was not happenstance. The event, that experience is the result of a divine appointment. Divine appointments are moments that never escape the memory. In those escape-less moments our brain is so deeply seared that a permanent marker is erected. A historical sign post that will never allow you to lose the significance of that moment, that even ...


After Jesus's birth, King Herod became disturbed when a group of astrologers or "œwise men" from the east (thought to be Persia or Babylon) called the Magi arrived in Jerusalem. The Magi had been following a star belonging to the newly born "œKing of the Jews". Herod derived the time from which Jesus had been born from the Magi accounts of when the star had first appeared. King Herod then tricked the Magi by asking them to find the child so that he would worship him. In reality, King Herod, who was renowned for his paranoia, didn"™t want any challenge to his rule, t ...

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Our marriage relationship mirrors our relationship with God.
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Brian LePort reflects on his personal connection with the contributions of Robin Williams.
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President Obama’s executive order signed July 21 shields gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees from discrimination by»
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Leigh McLeroy discusses God's reaction to our suffering.
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Dave Dunham knows from personal experience that God is caring and in control — especially when death occurs.
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Ben Simpson shares the five most inspiring and thought-provoking books on Christian spiritual growth he's read.
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Leslie Vernick answers a reader's questions about the ability to trust your own mind in the face of divorce.
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The Supreme Court by a 5-4 decision upheld the centuries-old tradition of offering prayers at the start of government meetings.