Monthly Archives: June 2017

3 MLB umpire saves woman from edge of Roberto Clemente Bridge in Pittsburgh

Stephen J. Nesbitt and Steph Chambers Pittsburgh Post-Gazette As a Major League Baseball umpire, John Tumpane often has to defuse tense situations at the ballpark. None compared to the scene he came upon Wednesday as he walked across the Roberto … Continue reading

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3 Easy Ways Writers Can Protect Their Work From Copyright Infringement

Face it, folks. The Internet has taken over. That means many great things for writers. It means that we can create websites and blogs for free; we can reach out to more publishers, journals, and magazines for publication; we can … Continue reading

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A Good Reminder For A Monday…

unds of love At the cross My worth is not in skill or name In win or lose, in pride or shame But in the blood of Christ that flowed At the cross Refrain: I rejoice in my Redeemer Greatest … Continue reading

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The Great Uprising: How a Powder Revolutionized Baking By Ben Panko

Before baking powder hit the scene in 1856, making cake was not a piece of cake Today, if you need to make a last-minute birthday cake, you can grab a box of Betty Crocker cake mix, whisk it with some … Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Write ‘Christian’ Novels N. D. Wilson on Stories as Soul Food Barnabas Piper and N.D. Wilson

N. D. Wilson has written two acclaimed works of non-fiction, Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl [review] and Death by Living [review], both of which I thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from reading. Such books are bread and butter in church circles. They’re books we can learn … Continue reading

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Mary Slessor’s Providential Preparation for Missionary Service by Vance Christie ⋅

Mary Slessor (1848-1915) was one of the most celebrated Christian missionaries of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. For thirty-eight years she carried the Gospel to savage, degraded tribes in the dense forests of Calabar (southern Nigeria), West Africa, … Continue reading

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An Unlikely Adoption…

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