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Your Pastor Isn’t Immune from Mental Health Issues

By Dennis Bickers | September 13, 2019

The ministry can be lonely. It can become even lonelier when ministers battle emotional and mental illnesses, such as depression. During those times, ministers cannot afford to cut themselves off from those who can help them.

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A Toxic Food Environment

By Sarah Griffith | August 1, 2000

Both overeating and severe hunger contribute to an increasingly “toxic” food environment, according to a recent article. “While hunger is a more acute problem and should be the highest nutritional concern, overeating is the fastest growing form of malnourishment in the world,” wrote Gary Gardner and Brian Halweil in the July-August issue of World Watch. […]

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Do Over

By Robert Guffey Jr. | August 1, 2000

On Easter Sunday night, our son Kyle, age 20, had been in his apartment with his roommates. While playing one of his guitars and watching a network television program of social, intellectual impact (The Simpsons), he heard a loud, rushing wind. It was not early Pentecost. Rather, it was a tornado about to pay an […]

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Postmodernism

By Cliff Vaughn | July 25, 2000

Some people denounce postmodernism as an enemy of Christianity. Others disagree with that assessment. Still others wonder what postmodernism actually is. Adrian Rogers, chair of the SBC’s Baptist Faith and Message Study Committee, said, “Our generation faces the reality of a postmodern culture, complete with rampant relativism and the denial of absolute truth.” Hayes Wicker, […]

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Blurring Work and Leisure

By Cliff Vaughn | July 18, 2000

“Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours totally devoid of leisure, we’re melding the two together,” wrote Alison Stein Wellner in July’s American Demographics. “Rather than trying to isolate hours of the day that are completely free from work or slog through hours […]

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How Rich is Rich?

By Sarah Griffith | July 18, 2000

For many Americans the measuring stick for “how rich is rich” increases as pay increases, according to a new survey. Though median income for four-person households is $50,000 a year, the majority responded $63,000 is needed to live comfortably and $155,000 is “rich,” according to a Roper Starch Worldwide Inc. survey commissioned by Hearst Magazines. […]

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