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Gratitude should be our first language

By Daniel Darling - Nov 28, 2014

We’re supposed to be thankful on Thanksgiving. But it occurs to me that we’re not very good at this. By we, I don’t mean the editorial “we” by which I’m pointing the finger at the rest of Americans for being ungrateful while I ignore my own ingratitude. more ⟶

Topic: Family, Living,

5 Facts About Thanksgiving

By Joe Carter - Nov 27, 2014

Today, Americans celebrate a national holiday set aside to give thanks for the blessings of the preceding year. But there is more to Thanksgiving than you may realize. more ⟶

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Why I’m ungrateful

By Russell Moore - Nov 26, 2014

“If I hear the word ‘Daddy’ again, I’m going to scream!”

I've heard myself saying those words. And, in my defense, it was loud around here. I was trying to work on something, and all I could hear were feet pounding down the stairs with my boys competing with one another to tell me one thing after another. more ⟶

Topic: Family, Children, Parenting,

How our affections follow our actions

By Paul Rezkalla - Nov 25, 2014

In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus told his disciples: “Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” (Matt. 6:21) In some Christian circles, this verse is often accompanied by a warning against worldly wealth and/or a moral impetus to donate to various Christian causes. more ⟶

Topic: Faith, Ministry, Culture,