02 Apr 2019

Entering the ‘Man Cave’

“As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” —Proverbs 27:17 The case for biblical literacy “Biblical illiteracy is such a big problem because the Bible sustains us and is

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02 Apr 2019

Never too late for God

Ten years ago, Blanca Garcia De Ramirez opened a Bible for the first time. She was 78. “I raised my family to be sociable people,” says Blanca. “We always had

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01 Apr 2019

Losing our first love
Biblical illiteracy is a problem in the U.S.

“So Christ himself gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the pastors and teachers, to equip his people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be

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13 Mar 2019

Living a Legacy

Video created and produced by The Salvation Army, Greater New York Division.   Anita Mohammed and her sister, Alene, were always close and shared a special bond. As children in

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13 Mar 2019

Women who win

Margaret Thatcher once said, “if you want something done, ask a woman.” The women’s auxiliary of the Capital City Corps in Harrisburg, Pa., known as “WIN Women INvolved,” has been

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13 Mar 2019

Women on a Mission

The women in this article have all answered the call to overseas ministries. In the process, some found their careers; others found their purpose. Some used their time away to

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13 Mar 2019

Taking the Lead

Women assume the role of president at prestigious Christian colleges around the country.

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07 Feb 2019

My Three Fathers

From as young as I can remember, I was told that I had come from a specimen cup; that my “father” had been anonymously selected and financially compensated by a

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07 Feb 2019

‘I will give you rest’

MyPillow founder Mike Lindell was once so addicted to crack cocaine that his three drug dealers ran an intervention and refused to sell to him. “I went up and down

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