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Think Your Life Won’t Return to Normal? You Can Get Close

By Elizabeth Denham Thompson | March 27, 2020

Your world is spinning out of control. Massive changes, shutdowns, chaos and fear increase your insecurity. Life may not return to normal, but you can strengthen your mental health so you can get close enough to get by.

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Talking with Children about Terrorism

By Staff | October 8, 2001

The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on America have captured the attention of adults nationwide. But, children are watching too. Judith Myers-Walls, human development expert at Purdue University, prepared some tips for adults in helping children put such emotionally charged events into perspective. · Assume children know about what is happening· Help young people feel loved […]

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“West Wing” Airs Special Episode on Terrorism

By Cliff Vaughn | October 8, 2001

“The West Wing” took on terrorism during a special episode last Wednesday. But NBC’s presidential drama used words, not weapons, to counter the Sept. 11 attacks on Washington and New York. “Isaac and Ishmael,” a stand-alone episode from show creator Aaron Sorkin, halted the routine of the fictional Josiah Bartlett administration. The episode trapped high-school […]

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The Gospel according to The Simpsons

By Cliff Vaughn | October 2, 2001

Don’t simply wonder why The Simpsons remains a popular TV show. Read The Gospel according to The Simpsons: The Spiritual Life of the World’s Most Animated Family and find out. Mark Pinsky, religion reporter for the Orlando Sentinel, has sifted through hundreds of episodes and written an engaging, eye-opening and thought-provoking book about how one […]

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Christians Have the Most to Lose When 10 Commandments Displayed

By James L. Evans | October 2, 2001

Judge Roy Moore is a man of his word. He promised that if elected chief justice to the Alabama Supreme Court, he would take the Ten Commandments with him to Montgomery. Two months ago, he kept that promise. A one-ton, granite replica of the “stone tablets” now sits prominently in the rotunda of the Alabama […]

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Christian Science: A Profile

By Gary Leazer | October 1, 2001

Mary Ann Morse Baker was the sixth and last child of Mark and Abigail Baker, members of a strict Congregationalist church. Founded: Mary Baker Eddy (1821-1910) Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts Membership: Not reported, but believed to have peaked in 1960 at 350,000 members. Today: estimated 150,000-170,000 in 2,500 branches (local churches) in over 60 countries. Each […]

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