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Filibuster vs. the nuclear option: History in the making as Gorsuch nomination forwarded to full Senate Work ethic, food, and politics: How 2 Thessalonians 3:10 sparked controversy in the US House of Reps Mike Pence, the Billy Graham Rule, and the importance of protecting marriage from infidelity

April 4, 2017

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Leisure and Labor—Two Gifts from God


Christians understand labor as a duty, but miss the fact that it is also a gift. In the first place, God has made us able to work: e.g., to manipulate things, to cultivate the ground, to manage herds, and to invent microprocessors. Secondly, He has allowed us through labor to understand at least part of our purpose in life: to fulfill a vocation. F...

September 2, 2013

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Teaching Our Children the Value of Work


Writing in today's edition of the Wall Street Journal, Tony Woodlief comments on the often confused messages our culture, including our churches, give about the meaning of work. We may not always realize it, but our children are forming their own attitudes on work, often by virtue of what they see and hear from us....

August 22, 2008

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