I’ve read plenty of books, Christian and not, and all of them have had some sort of influence on me. I love them all: history, humor, fiction, whatever.
Original post by Sally Clarkson on AnnVoskamp.
Recently, researchers at the University of California at Berkeley announced they would be part of a $100 million dollar project for space travel to see if there’s intelligent life in the universe.
I read something about Americans that I think is true: the first rule in our culture is self-preservation.
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It was Picasso who said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” What I believe Picasso is referring to is a loss of imagination.
Made to Crave: Satisfying Your Deepest Desire with God, Not Food by Lysa TerKeurst
I love food. I love to eat food, create food, and serve food. Good meals offer comfort, fun, and entertainment.
Why did unstoppable wild fires break out across California, destroying lives and property? Why did multiple hurricanes ravage the Caribbean and Gulf Coast? Why did a massive earth quake leave hundreds dead in Mexico? Wh
Stories sometimes inspire—sometimes instruct. But, the stories that stick with you are the ones that amaze. You won’t easily forget this true story of the “Father of Modern Missions.
Original post by Jesse Doogan on the Tyndale Blog
Is there anything more fun than getting a letter in the mail from a friend? In this world of quick text messages and social media posts, a note written on paper and dropp