As they left the council, they rejoiced¬†that they were considered worthy to suffer for the sake of the name. — Acts 5:41. Today’s verses got me thinking. Over two thousand years later we are still fighting over who gets to claim the name of Jesus. Don’t you think God and Jesus are sitting up in…

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We all have special moments from our childhood — the first time off the high dive, running through a field of daffodils, walking out to call the coin toss my first game of my senior year, and proposing to my wife on the lawn of Old Main. They aren’t all wonderful at the time —…

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I spent the weekend with an old and dear friend. We talked about boyhood days, but also talked about the present and the future. We both share a common belief that it is ¬†imperative that we dedicate more of our limited resources to human capital — to healthcare, education, childcare, and providing basic staples such…

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Thirteen years ago, as the commercial goes, I received a new lease on life thanks to my organ donor, his family, and a team of doctors and nurses. I hope everyone who reads this will agree to be an organ donor. I really do think that it won’t be long before science takes over and…

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Now you will feel no rain, for each of you will be shelter for the other. Now you will feel no cold, for each of you will be warmth to the other. Now there will be no loneliness, for each of you will be companion to the other. Now you are two persons, but there…

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