Miscellaneous | Jewish Wisdom

In The Zechus of Moshe Rabbeinu

Later at night I got a phone call from my younger sister that lives up north in Israel. She wanted to talk to me about an incident that happened between us, which she felt she had never really asked f

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PODCAST INTERVIEW: Freedom of Religion?

For what amounts to a lifetime, the ideological Left has created the myth that neither politics nor religion should be discussed in "polite company." But the fact of the matter is this. Because our society has fallen for this spiritual hobbling because th

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Teen with rare disorder who wasn't expected to live beyond 18 months graduates from high school

A teen from Owensboro, Kentucky, was born with a rare genetic disorder, and doctors never expected him to ...

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

Duty or Privilege

Jesus always viewed servanthood as a privilege. He also taught that to His disciples.

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

Big Things Come in Small Packages

Each time the Sunday School class held a contest to see who could memorize the most verses of scripture, the first verse out of everyone’s mouth was John 11:35, “Jesus wept.”

Advice & Self-Help | Empowering Tools for Growth

The Most Precious Memorial

Much like Memorial Day, biblical memorials were set up to avoid forgetting what God had done. They were reminders so people would not forget.

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Jonathan Sacks - Faith and Insecurity Part I of 3

Jonathan Sacks – Faith and Insecurity Part I of 3 As we approach the Yamim Noraim, the Days of Awe, we all know things are going to be a little different this year. Many people won’t be able to get to shul due to the various restrictions in place.

Miscellaneous | Truth

Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me

Some Christians believe God rewards the faithful. So why did I get Stage 4 cancer?

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Have a little faith | Bipolar and Spirituality - bp Magazine Community

Faith and spirituality—whether formal or informal, and regardless of doctrine— can be an immense source of strength and comfort when dealing with the highs and