A Once-in-a-Lifetime Friend

Once or twice in a lifetime, you might meet a friend who rivals the relationship Anne of Green Gables has with Diana Barry. A friend who celebrates your wins and mourns your losses with more enthusiasm than you do. Who brings …[ read more ]

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How Pence Could Have Answered Kaine’s Question

I appreciated Pence’s heartfelt defense of unborn children in the vice-presidential debate last month. He said, “It all for me begins with cherishing the dignity, the worth, the value of every human life.” He quoted Jeremiah 1:5 where God says, “Before you were formed in …[ read more ]

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Planned Parenthood Employee Becomes Pro-Life Spokesperson

When 19-year-old Catherine Adair discovered she was pregnant, she was excited about her baby. Her family, on the other hand, was not. “Before I knew it,” Catherine said, “I was at this abortion clinic, I was lying on a table, and my baby …[ read more ]

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Adopting Faith Hill, the Girl They Always Wanted

  In 1967, six years before Roe v. Wade would legalize abortion and make it more accessible for the average woman, an unmarried girl named Paula got pregnant. When the baby was only three days old, a Christian couple named …[ read more ]

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The Three People Who Passed On Steve Jobs

You probably know Steve Jobs co-founded Apple, Inc. and helped design the Macintosh as well as the iPod, iPad, and iPhone. Perhaps you know he was one of the primary pioneers of personal computers. You might even know he headed …[ read more ]

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