November 29, 2012 RSS feed / Commentary

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The best time for helping—all year

Psychologists call it altruism—or “helping behavior.” It happens when someone takes time to help others without seeking reward or gain.  Letter writer Jay Dowsing provides an example as he describes one couple who pulled over t More...

CALIFORNIA COMMENTARY

Can Legislators Handle the Truth?

In the stirring courtroom scene from A Few Good Men, Jack Nicholson’s character responds to a pointed question with, “You can’t handle the truth!”   More...

Who Knows What Tomorrow May Bring?

In today’s world, there’s a lot to be anxious about. That’s probably an understatement. Anxiety boils down to fear. Usually we worry about the future and what tomorrow may bring. More...

There’s No Substitute for the Real Thing

There is an old story told about Augustine, the early church father, and a little boy on a beach. At the time, Augustine was writing his book on the Trinity and was walking along the seashore, deep in thought. More...

Gold Rush students give thanks

During the Thanksgiving holiday, we have been reflecting on the many things that we are thankful for. The students wanted to know how they could thank the wonderful people who gave them their school in Greeley Hill. More...

The Great Commission:

Did they get it right, or did they get it wrong?

PART 2   More...

Seeking God’s Word

We would like to encourage you with something from God's word weekly. Here is the word for this week:  Ephesians 3:19  May you experience the love of Christ, though it is so great you will never fully understand it. More...

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