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Forest Fires and New Life

By Mitch Randall | August 22, 2019

A forest fire seems to be a picture of destruction, but unseen seeds are being planted for new life to spring up. So too must the church allow the divine fires to consume our old ways in order for God’s new seeds to be planted.

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Diana Butler Bass joins George Mason on the Good God podcast to discuss her book, "Grateful: The Transformative Power of Giving Thanks," which focuses on the spiritual practice of gratefulness and her own journey of discovering gratitude.

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The Rhetoric of Terrorism: Pray, Combat Evil

By Cliff Vaughn | September 12, 2001

Leaders across the globe have struggled to articulate the nature of Tuesday’s attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. In the 24 hours following the terrorist activity, prominent politicians and newspapers have spoken of the events in decidedly religious terms, characterizing the attacks as “evil” and calling for, among other things, prayer. President Bush has […]

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Recall the Sermon on the Mount with Horrific Attack on U.S. Cities

By Robert Parham | September 11, 2001

Massive evil clouds our understanding and covers us with ashes of anger. The images of burning and collapsing buildings now forever etched on our souls leave the nation thick-tongued and tired. Those in the Christian community have little clear perspective save that of Jesus. And in times of such horrific violence and unspeakable sadness, his […]

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Tragedy Strikes America

By Staff | September 11, 2001

Sept. 11, 2001, will go down in history as a tragic day for the United States. Around 8:45 a.m., EST, an alleged hijacked passenger plane crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center. Shortly after, a second plane struck the north building. News services also reported the crash of a third plane at […]

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Public Opinion: Majority of Americans Concerned About Terrorist Attack in United States

By Staff | September 11, 2001

The vast majority of Americans were concerned about a terrorist attack on U.S. soil, according to a survey conducted prior to today’s apparent terrorist attacks. “America’s Global Role,” an issue guide published by Public Agenda, offered several statistics related to Americans’ opinions about terrorist activity. Thirty-seven percent of Americans said they were “very concerned,” 39 […]

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People of Faith Unite in Prayer

By Jodi Mathews | September 11, 2001

From Mennonites to Catholics, people of faith all over the United States are gathering for prayer and calling on all to join in. Not since the attack on Pearl Harbor has the United States taken such a horrific blow and many are seeking comfort in prayer. In a statement on their Web site, the National […]

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