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I love my mom, but…

With Mother’s Day over, some adults may be dealing with fresh wounds associated with a poor relationship with their mother. Sure, she raised you well and she’s good at making cookies, but there can be some facets of a mother-child relationship that can really act like a stick in the mud in the effort toward the two parties…

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Knee pain, or a problem with your hip?

Licensed Physical Therapist Lisa Morrone shares from a recent blog post that deals with a very curious issue: Many years ago I began an evaluation on a new patient who was complaining of sport-related knee pain. Here’s how the first few lines of questioning went— Me: Good morning, “Mr. Smith”, what brings you to into physical therapy…

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Explaining your faith in a way that makes sense

According to Merriam-Webster, a simile is “a figure of speech comparing two unlike things that is often introduced by like or as”. According to author Rick Mattson, similes and analogies can be used to effectively communicate Biblical truths to the unsaved. Rick is an apologetics specialist for InterVarsity, and…

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10 issues that divide Christians

It seems like there are countless ways Christ’s people have been and can be divided, but deep down, we know we should be able to unite and let the world know what we’re really for. So how can we actually do that? In his book, 10 Issues That Divide Christians, Dr. Alex McFarland says there are 10 key issues that divide Christians in today’s…

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Stewardship of creation vs. environmentalism

Usually when we hear the words “Earth Day” or “environmentalist”, it’s possible that we could envision images of “tree huggers” or maybe a bunch of people in the streets protesting against various pieces of legislation. But lost in the rhetoric of global climate change and environmental…

Peter Kapsner

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Abusing Adderall

Ever have an ‘ADD’ moment? You’re working on something, concentrating hard, then all of the sudden something or someone causes a break in your focus. You’re suddenly jerked into a totally different train of thought; forgetting whatever it was you were doing previously. This happens to everyone at some…

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