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A man suffering from mental illness.

Mental Illness in the Religious World

September 27th, 2016

When you hear someone has cancer or some other serious disease, you most likely offer prayer, perhaps arrange a meal train, and ask them if there is anything you can do. You might post on your social media page asking … Continue reading

A person signing their will.

The Right to Die

September 22nd, 2016

A hotly debated topic in the United States currently is whether or not a person has the right to die (sometimes known as death with dignity or assisted suicide) when he or she has received a terminal illness. This usually … Continue reading

A leader has many positive qualities.

Signs You Are Meant to Be a Leader

September 19th, 2016

When you think of great leaders, a few people may come to your mind. You may think of someone who changed the world, people in your church, or members of your family. Leaders are people who are able to take … Continue reading

Two LGBT teens posing together

Data That Proves LGBT Teens Need More Support

September 14th, 2016

Most people are aware that members of the LGBT community face discrimination and bullying, whether the individual is an adult or a child. Every day, there are news reports of laws being passed to prevent the LGBT community from having … Continue reading

A woman exercising her faith online

How Social Media Can Help With Religious Outreach

September 9th, 2016

In this day and age, social media can be used for just about anything. It’s great not only for keeping in touch with friends and family, but also for things like advertising and getting information about your business out there. … Continue reading

A picture of St. Paul's Cathedral.

What Are the Steps to Becoming a Saint?

September 7th, 2016

Pope Francis just held a ceremony at Vatican City to canonize the sainthood of Mother Teresa. Tens of thousands of people were in the Vatican to attend the service, and it was streamed via online channels around the world for … Continue reading

Picture honoring Labor Day.

Remembering All Workers

September 5th, 2016

Millions of people are expected to travel over the Labor Day weekend by plane, train, bus and car. This three-day weekend is thought to be the end of the summer season. It’s the last chance to enjoy some downtime until … Continue reading

A boy obsessed with television programs.

Parental Control Options for Television

September 2nd, 2016

These days, it seems like you can see just about anything on television. It isn’t hard at all to gain access to television shows and movies heavy with language, sexual references, and violence. As a parent, this may be concerning … Continue reading

A tactical assault rifle which a reporter tried to purchase for a story.

Reporter Tries to Purchase AR-15 and Fails

September 1st, 2016

In an attempt to show how easy it is for anyone to purchase what he deemed as an “assault rifle,” Chicago reporter Neil Steinberg went to a gun store with plans to purchase one. However, his plan backfired when he … Continue reading

A woman connecting with her spirituality.

Religion Versus Spirituality

August 31st, 2016

When you think of someone who is religious, you probably think of someone who has a specific set of beliefs, prays regularly, and likely attends a church or religious service at least once a week. Religion is generally pretty specific, … Continue reading