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A One-Way Trip Into Space spacer A One-Way Trip Into Space
BY: Denis Haack
Throughout history courageous men and women have eagerly set off to explore with no guarantee that they would return home safely afterwards.

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A Wedding Homily spacer A Wedding Homily
BY: Steven Garber
You have asked me to muse on the meaning of marriage, and so I will. We take our place in the generations of your families who have over the years and centuries made their own commitments to marriage, commitments that of course have made this day possible.

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The Wonderful Freedom to Fail spacer The Wonderful Freedom to Fail
BY: Denis Haack
Our world esteems productivity, rewards decisiveness, and dislikes inefficiency. Which is good when you are making widgets, or an engineer, or a manager, or a physician. In the rest of life, however, these modernist values merely decrease human flourishing by demanding conformity when diversity is what God called into being.

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What Would Jesus Value? spacer What Would Jesus Value?
BY: Denis Haack
There is apparently a marked disparity between the number of people—especially among males—who claim to believe in Christianity and the number who are willing to attend church. “More than 90 percent of American men believe in God,” Gary Yagel says, “and five out of six call themselves Christians. But only two out of six attend church on a given Sunday. The average man believes in the reality of Jesus Christ but does not see enough value in church to be there. Almost every man in America has tried church, but two-thirds find it unworthy of two hours a week.” The question worth reflecting on, of course, is why.

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Satisfied: A Conversation About Fullness, Spirituality & Food spacer Satisfied: A Conversation About Fullness, Spirituality & Food
BY: Karen Baldwin
I am passionate about food. Growing it, shopping for it, smelling it, cooking it and eating it. It seems it is hard for me to get enough of it.

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