Posts Tagged ‘good’
Arts & Culture
A Few Good Men (A.F.G.M) is a gospel group from the Caribbean that is on a mission to change the world with their music and love for God. Fusing R&B, hip hop, pop and worship, they have a powerfully energetic sound and some...
When I watch my children skim-boarding in the surf, I remember what it is like to be blissfully young, oblivious to danger, and as flexible as a rubber band. I am none of those things now. That is why you will not catch me perf...
Arts & Culture
Today, C.S. Lewis, creator of Narnia, Screwtape, and Mere Christianity, brings us a warning that modern science--a good thing--could be hijacked to attack faith, undermine ethics, and limit human freedom.
My friends have a new dog. His name is Chowder. Chowder is a globe of fuzz and fun with one ear that points due north and another that falls like a floppy patch over his right eye.
"Nowadays, no woman enters marriage as a virgin," said Seewald quoting a Brazilian supermodel. How would the Pope answer?
Giving his uncanny, hellish advice to his nephew and disciple Wormwood (a novice demon in charge to secure the damnation of an ordinary young man of the modern world), the worldly-wise old devil Screwtape delivers in letter fo...
When my wife’s boss first moved to our small town it was more than a little culture shock. Raised on the slick windy streets ofChicago, he had mastered the ways of the urban jungle, but this experience had done little to prepar...
In Kenyan slums, residents lack good sanitation options. In fact, they're typically faced with two distinct options: The infamous “flying toilet,” whereby people defecate into a thin polyurethane sack, tie it up and throw it ou...
Several years ago, on the courthouse steps of the town in which I lived, there was a rally. A homosexual couple in our community was seeking to become foster parents. You can imagine the kickback that erupted in a small Southe...
The Amish are one of the fastest-growing religious groups in North America, according to a new census by researchers at Ohio State University.