Category Archives: Christian Living

Calm in the Storm

Ron Mehl shares a story about a woman who was once caught in a frightening storm as she sailed across the Atlantic Ocean. This lady kept all the little children on board from panicking by telling Bible stories. After finally … Continue reading

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Break the Mold!

“Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.”—Romans 12:2. The devil has … Continue reading

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Courageous Diagnosis

A married couple asked their family doctor to examine their young son. The boy was extremely hyperactive and continually did and said things that were highly inappropriate. His actions left them exhausted and exasperated. The parents were sure that their … Continue reading

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Doing the Dirty Work

Don McCullough writes in Waking from the American Dream: “During World War II, England needed to increase its production of coal. Winston Churchill called together labor leaders to enlist their support. At the end of his presentation he asked them … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Picked Off!

Terry Mulholland, a left-handed pitcher for the Seattle Mariners in the 1990s, had one of the best pickoff moves in baseball. Over a period of 5 years, only 6 runners were successful in stealing a base off Mulholland. His pitching … Continue reading

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Face in a Crowd

A man who was wanted by police in China thought that he could hide in a crowd of 60,000 people who had gathered for a concert. He was wrong. Cameras at the entrances of the venue had modern facial recognition … Continue reading

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Good at What You Do

There are different levels of being good at something. For example, you might be good at math in that you can balance your checkbook. However, you probably aren’t good enough at math to be a rocket scientist who works for … Continue reading

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Not So Harmless

In A View from the Zoo, Gary Richmond, a former zookeeper, has this to say: “Raccoons go through a glandular change at about 24 months. After that they often attack their owners. Since a 30-pound raccoon can be equal to … Continue reading

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Not Walking Right

A had a friend who used to point out to me that I was obviously favoring one leg. He noticed my limp, and warned me that if I kept walking that way I could cause damage to another part of … Continue reading

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Very Tempting!

A young boy was sitting on a park bench with his grandfather when a beautiful girl walked by. The boy asked, “Grandpa, is it a sin to look at a pretty girl?” Grandpa thought for a few seconds before he gave his … Continue reading

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