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  • by Kathy Sanny
If we call ourselves a Christian, we carry the name of Jesus Christ. Do we act in such a way that respects that name?
  • by Randy D'Alessandro
All too often in our society a public figure faces humiliation after a sinful action comes to light. We regularly hear the phrase, "I take full responsibility for my actions." What does this phrase really mean? Taking responsibility means much more than simply admitting guilt.
  • by Larry Murray
The world celebrated as the 33 Chilean miners were pulled to the surface, one by one. Their remarkable bond helped them endure being entombed together for 10 weeks. What will they face now? Will the stress of fame be an even greater test?
  • by Robert H Berendt
In the midst of a devastating event in the year A.D. 64, Roman Emperor Nero is credited with ignoring the reality of what was happening around him, choosing instead to "play the fiddle" as Rome burned to the ground.