Posts Tagged ‘person’
Bishop Desmond Tutu celebrated his 81st birthday this past week. The accomplishments of his eight decades are well-known and many. We know the story: For most of his life he has labored in the racial tension and trenches of Sou...
So tell me, what is the verbal form of “friend” or “friendship”? Kind of strange, no? Why can’t I friend someone. I mean, I can befriend someone, but what do people who are already friends do?
There aren't any white Protestants on the presidential ballot this year — a first in American history. Instead, the race features two Catholic candidates for vice president, and a Mormon Republican and African-American mainl...
The British General Medical Council’s Investigation Committee this week reprimanded a Christian doctor for sharing his faith with a patient at the end of a private consultation.
The Vatican's No. 3 official on Tuesday condemned the theft and publication of secret papal documents as an “immoral act of unheard-of gravity.”
I have heard some Mennonites use the term “non-violent evangelism.” It is a way of sharing faith that does not harm those with whom they share. It is built on mutual respect, love for others, and a commitment to the other perso...
Handling anger is an important topic. Christian counselors report that 50 percent of people who come in for counseling have problems dealing with anger. Anger can shatter communication and tear apart relationships, and it ruins...
One person was killed and nine others were injured last night after suspected Islamic extremists attacked a TV viewing center in a Christian area of Jos where a crowd had gathered to watch soccer.
A New Jersey appeals court has ruled that a man who alleges he endured anti-Semitic slurs can sue his former supervisors — even though he is not Jewish.
I hate it when someone hates someone, for hating someone, when the person really never hated anyone. You may be thinking, “Wow that is a lot of hate.” After you wrestle through that sentence and determine who hates who, you may...