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5 Suggestions to Cope with Grief During Holiday Season

By Christopher Schilling | December 9, 2019

Carrying the burden of grief during the holidays is challenging enough. Those who struggle during this time of year feel they cannot express their grief because of the expectation to be joyful despite their pain.

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Oscars Overlook Some Star Performers

By Mike Parnell | March 14, 2002

On Feb. 12, many in the movie community awoke with stars in their eyes. Others awoke with stunned looks on their faces. The Oscar race had begun. Some were glad, some sad, others had to be downright mad. You know who made the list. Now let’s see who didn’t but perhaps should have. The first […]

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The Unexpected Teachings of Jesus: Encountering the Gospels All Over Again

By Jim Royston | March 14, 2002

John Coleman has written a delightful and inspirational book in The Unexpected Teachings of Jesus: Encountering the Gospels All Over Again. Coleman’s treatment of the teachings of Christ brings fresh and practical insights to familiar Gospel stories. This book can be used to prepare devotionals, or as a daily study for small groups. It contains […]

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Thinker With a Vast Impact: Conference Assesses the Theology of John Howard Yoder

By Robert Rhodes | March 14, 2002

NOTRE DAME, Ind. – Mennonites today are viewed as more than an antiquated sect, and the Anabaptist peace witness is seen by a global audience, due in part to the influence of John Howard Yoder. So believes a group of Yoder’s students, friends and colleagues, who gathered for a conference on the late theologian’s legacy […]

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The Snack Attack: Sloooooow Food vs. Fst Food

By Cliff Vaughn | March 14, 2002

Define “snack.” For better or worse, I’ve always said it’s food eaten with one hand and no utensil. That differs from Webster’s dictionary, which defines snack as “food eaten between regular meals.” For better or worse, I’ve always said it’s food eaten with one hand and no utensil. That differs from Webster’s dictionary, which defines […]

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Single Mothers Losing their Stigma

By Karen Zurheide | March 13, 2002

What do Katie Couric, Nicole Kidman, Camryn Manheim, J. K. Rowling and about 18 million American women have in common? They are single mothers. Couric, of “Today” on NBC, was widowed when her husband died of colon cancer. Actress Kidman was divorced by Tom Cruise. Manheim, the never-married star of TV’s “The Practice,” had a […]

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