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“After You”: Is Chivalry Dead?

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Posted by Dave DiDonato on

When asked to write this blog on chivalry, I first went and asked permission from my wife. I did not want to write about something that I was not practicing myself. I’m by no means perfect as a husband – actually far from it – but I’m thankful that my wife stated I was...

Dear Mom… Be Encouraged This Mother’s Day

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Posted by Laura Ankrom on

by Amy Altieri with Laura Ankrom Mother’s Day is a special day set aside each year to celebrate mothers and motherhood. For some, it’s a joyous day. For others, it’s a day that brings sadness or hurt. Unfortunately, we live in a fallen world where sin, disappointment, and...

The Greatest Conversation: Prayer as a Way of Life

Posted by Ron Moore on

The first Thursday in May is the annual observance of The National Day of Prayer. This year, it falls on May 3. “It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.”  While it’s great that there is...

No Offseason in Life

Posted by Tunch Ilkin on

In the world of football, there is a clear line between the busy times and the down times. From September to January, there is nonstop action as players hit the practice field, study plays, and dedicate their time to preparing for the next game. Once game day rolls around, they are boarding...

The Strenuous Spiritual Life: Lessons from Teddy

Posted by Bob Freado on

President Theodore Roosevelt, known as “Teddy” from his youth, is commonly known for his physical nature, vigor and vitality. He also famously coined the phrase “The Strenuous Life” to describe overcoming hardship and bettering one’s self and nation through...