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“The father is the fountain of the family’s joy. Where Daddy is winsomely happy — and happy enough to make the sacrifices necessary for the good of others — a happy family will follow in his wake.”
Catherine Parks: “I’ve been trying something new lately, and it’s revolutionizing my life. I’m being honest with God.”
This is an interesting look at regional dialects and English’s attempts to recover some distinction between the second person singular and plural.
Here’s a checklist for preparing more persuasive presentations.
Do you know and do you feel the joy of being a Christian?
Here’s the long and fascinating story behind the Curta calculator.
This Day in 1949. 67 years ago today, Joni Eareckson Tada was born. Happy birthday, Joni!
WORLD features Adam Ford, whom you’ll know as the mind behind Adam4d and the Babylon Bee.
R.C. Sproul offers a good warning. “Even though we are gracious, kind, patient, friendly, and sensitive to people’s dignity, we cannot remove altogether what the New Testament calls the offense of the gospel…”
One of my lifelong struggles has been finding freedom in the most basic part of the Christian life…
My thanks goes to Midwestern College for sponsoring the blog this week with “Bible Colleges’ Best Kept Secret.”
If the Lord wants to surprise his people, he has only at once to give an answer to their prayers. —C.H. Spurgeon