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  • by Darris McNeely

Reflections on the tragedy of 9/11, and the heroes who gave all they could...

  • by Don Hooser
We’ve reviewed a few facts as evidence that 9/11 could have been much worse. To those who believe in a miracle-working God, the facts of that day are evidence of countless miracles.
  • by Michael Grovak, Michelle Grovak
As we look back a decade later, where were you when the United States suffered the biggest terrorist attack in its history? Where was the nation—and where are we today?
  • by Darris McNeely
The events of Sept. 11, 2001, shook the entire world. The world had changed, though exactly how wouldn't be known for some time. Now, 10 years later, it's evident we may be on a hinge of history.
  • by Darris McNeely
Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, has been killed by U.S. military forces. While we all feel a portion of justice has been accomplished, the world is a still a dangerous place. What will follow this momentous event?
  • by Roy Holladay
In this Nov. 22 letter E-mailed to United Church of God elders, Roy Holladay, president of the United Church of God, discussed many issues that we feel would benefit our subscribers.
  • by Darris McNeely
We'd better hope so. The unique relationship that America and Great Britain have forged for more than a hundred years has done much to foster freedom, open markets and good will. When it passes, the world will be a different place.
  • by Cecil Maranville
The United States has faced its greatest national health emergencies in the past five years. What do they show about America’s ability to handle national disasters? What is yet to come?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
The greatest news forecaster in all of history walked on this earth about 2,000 years ago. What do His insightful prophecies tell us about future world conditions?
  • by Don Hooser
In an old and popular American song appears the phrase "don't know much about history." How true! Americans know so little about human history before their "Declaration of Independence" was signed in 1776. But forgetting history can lead to repeating past mistakes—to having to learn again the hard way.
  • by Lynn Marshall
Todd Beamer became a hero Sept. 11, and his last words became a rallying cry for a nation. God's elect are hearing a similar cry to help save the world. Are we ready?
  • by Darris McNeely
Remember the puzzles we played where you connect the dots to reveal a picture of an object or a person? I have been thinking recently about this game and applying it to our current world. A new image is appearing. Can we see it? Do we see it but pretend it is not happening, and thus settle for a world of soothing denial...
  • by Mike Bennett
A hundred years after the Wright brothers, is the airline industry in danger of being grounded?
  • by Hector Earle
An outpouring of concern brings a community together in distant Newfoundland after the tragic events in New York.