For Joe Rutland, when miracles happen, finding gratitude isn’t difficult. He just has to see them first.
Matt Sweetwood was not expecting to make a life commitment as he watched his favorite sport, but he did. Here is how it happened, and why he wants you to make one too. Especially at Thanksgiving.
A Thanksgiving Testimony: How a Man Walked the Bridge From Fear and Destitution to Faith and Abundance
On the anniversary of the day we took so much from the indigenous peoples, let us remember we are all human beings. Being truly grateful to be alive means caring for one another even when it is inconvenient.
Michael Russnow argues that it is folly to judge historic figures by today’s standard of political correctness.
You may be concerned, or just expressing loving critique, but it can be pretty harmful. Here’s how you know
While in France this summer, Bill Eddy took a quiet moment to reflect on racial tension in the U.S., not knowing just how synchronous a location he was feeling inspired by.
“Eveything hurts.” – Michelangelo Antonioni
Another human rights issue has become a political battleground, but what should we really do?
Michael Colombini on what it means to be a man from the viewpoint of someone who leads them into battle.
If you think it’s not manly, fatherly, or leader-like to own up to being wrong—think again.
Luay Al Khatteeb can identify with the plight of refugees and with the countries struggling to provide for them. That doesn’t excuse us from helping.
Our schools’ sex education curriculums are, on the most part, woefully out of date. When the Omaha Public School System set out to do something about it, they were besieged by conservative interest groups in a highly offensive way. Rob Watson sounds off about the spectacle that ensued.
“What we must decide is how we are valuable, rather than how valuable we are.” Edgar Friedenberg
John Glass looks for the important lessons behind Charlie Sheen’s disclosure that he is HIV-positive.
Raymond Bechard looks at what we must do to look evil in the face and conquer our worst fears.