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  • by Lorelei Nettles
For Christians, what we say and how we speak is a matter of faithfulness.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
There was once an old song with the catchy title of: ‘I’ve forgotten more than you’ll ever know’. Sadly, if we stop using what we’ve learned during our lifetime, this could become all too true.
  • by Mike Bennett
Language is tricky business. Global corporations and the European Union have turned to translation technology to bring breakthroughs in the language barriers laid down at Babel.
  • by Zach Smith
You and I control the sharpest object of all—the tongue. The question is: For what purpose will we use it?
  • by Debbie Pennington
Have you ever heard a word so many times that it sounds strange? A word or phrase loses meaning when repeated too often. This is the caution of the Third Commandment.
  • by Marilyn Braley
The Five Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell M.D. (Northfield Publishing, 1997) is an outstanding resource for those of us blessed to be able to work with children in some capacity, such as United Youth Camp counselor, school teacher or having children or grandchildren of our own.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
In a study of U.S. television programming between 1998 and 2002, cursing had risen 95 percent during the television family hour (from 8 to 9 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time) each evening. The very next hour, from 9 to 10 p.m., showed a 109 percent increase in cursing.