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  • by David Lessard
One man’s heartbreaking story shows just how much each of us need God.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Why is this genre of literature so appealing to women? Is it harmless fun?
  • by Good News
We often talk about true love. Yet what many people call love is actually only infatuation, defined as a foolish, unreasoning or extravagant passion or attraction (The American Heritage Dictionary, 1994).
  • by Don Hooser
This article is a follow-up to last month's article on "Good Sex, Bad Sex." References to "men" include teenage boys and references to "women" include teenage girls.
  • by Noel Hornor
Millions of people choose to live together outside of marriage, thinking that will bring them happiness and a stable relationship. The truth, however, is far different.
  • by Good News
"What Is This Thing Called Love?" is a popular song by the late Cole Porter. Love is the most popular theme of songwriters and poets. Yet, as the title of Mr. Porter's song suggests, many—perhaps most—do not know what love really is.
  • by John Rutis
If you were as rich as billionaire Howard Hughes, you would enjoy great freedom. Wouldn't you?
  • by Roger Foster
All of us have to deal with sin and its tragic consequences in our lives. Understanding why we sin is a first step in overcoming and avoiding sin.