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Five wonderful things that the church possesses (and one it doesn’t).
Perhaps the fact that my father was a coal miner has sensitized me to the story out of Chile. Maybe my amateur explorations of undeveloped caves helps me feel for those men.
Reading about a judge who orders the arrest of a young man won’t raise many eyebrows. Judges often do such things. But the arrest of 19-year-old Aaron Henson in Littleton, Colorado caused quite a stir.
Pierre Desarmes must have felt a wave of relief as he loaded his family onto an airplane. Two weeks earlier this 34-year-old man was in Port-au-Prince, Haiti when the earthquakes struck.
We might as well get ready for the reports. On February 2, just as in years past, there will be news reports from Punxsutawney, PA. This town of just over 6,000 residents attracts thousands for the annual ritual of the groundhog.
If you’re trying to find a gift for that person who has everything, consider an offer from the deserts of New Mexico. About 35 miles south of the town of Truth or Consequences is a developing site known as Spaceport America.
He lives about twelve miles from my home and has now made national news. Jim Stevens wasn’t seeking fame, but he couldn’t help but report the strange scene he has recently witnessed. Each morning when he goes out to his truck, an image that resembles popular depictions of Jesus can be seen on the driver’s side window.
The current edition of AARP Magazine (September / October 2009) has an article entitled “The Sunshine Vitamin”. They’re referring, of course, to Vitamin D. Research has shown that this common vitamin pays big dividends in human health.
In reading reviews others had written about a product I was thinking of buying, I was abruptly stopped by one. In discussing what he did and didn’t like about the product, the man mentioned that he uses a wheelchair. For some reason that surprised me. Why?