Vertical Thought: January - March 2009

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In This Issue

  • by Amanda Stiver
Young women, facing the extreme styles and immodest fashions available in stores, are increasingly turning to religious-based organizations to give them instruction in dressing modestly and locating modest clothing to purchase.
  • by Amanda Stiver
A recently launched Web site,, allows parents to communicate and require tasks of their children without actually talking to them.
  • by Steve McNeely
It's possible to reengineer the surface of your own brain to be more successful in shooting baskets—and much more!
  • by Ardith Weiss
You want a job you will enjoy, that will supply your needs and that will allow you to obey God. How can you plan for a great career?
  • by Ken Treybig
As college or trade school students near graduation, one question usually moves to the fore: Where will I find a job?"
  • by David Treybig
For us to learn who God is, we don't have to search the Sinai desert for a burning bush—we have the Bible.
  • by Dan Dowd
Have you ever had a friend stand up for you? What about someone who helped and supported you even before you became friends? Barnabas was that kind of person. His life provides some great lessons for us today.