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  • by Randy Stiver
We're born, we live, we die and then we're history. But when we're young we think about our future!
  • by Robin Webber
The time is coming when all humanity will experience the life-giving and life-altering miracles that only the love and power of God can provide.
  • by Mike Bennett
Will science create a gleaming utopia of peace and happiness for all? Or does a nightmarish world await us? Futurists offer a variety of conflicting visions. But is there a way to foresee what it will really be like in the world beyond today?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Some people believe in “kismet,” or fate. Their death or “time to die” is preset, events were “meant to be,” and they are not in control of their own futures. Truly we do not have total control over very many things—but we do play a huge part in our own futures.
  • by Larry Greider
We asked members of our mailing list to share their thoughts about what lay ahead for them in 10 years. Comments were a mixture of concern and promise. Where will you be in your life a decade from now?
  • by Good News
Madeleine Albright, American secretary of state, delivered the Harvard University commencement address June 5, 1997. Her perspective on world events and trends, along with her enunciation of America's vision and world mission and the obstacles to be overcome, makes compelling reading.
  • by Bill Bradford
Is the future of our children left to chance and circumstance? Their future is in your hands more than you think.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
As the nations of mainland Europe become tightly bound together politically, economically and militarily, what are the consequences of England's more-independent path?
  • by Les McCullough
When was the last time you sinned? Do you know? Were you even aware of what was taking place?