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There are 19 towns in the United States named Lexington. Many are named after the historic Massachusetts town, where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. The town in Kentucky holds the honor of being the ...

Category: Religion

It was a Monday, election day. Hundreds of people in the community were being deterred from voting by intimidation. The two parties in town were pitted against each other, not only politically, but also religiously. The ...

Category: Religion

How many roads must a man walk downBefore they can call him a man?How many seas must a white dove sailBefore she sleeps in the sand?How many times must the cannon balls flyBefore they're forever banned?The answer, my fri ...

Category: Morality, Social Justice

“Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.”Most people might associate Kansas with “The Wizard of Oz,” but this state has more to offer than tornadoes, the Kansas City Chiefs pro football ...

Category: Religion

In chapter 1 of Exodus, the Israelites are living in Egypt. A new pharaoh comes into power. He believes that the Israelites have become too numerous. If war were to break out, the pharaoh worried that the Israelites woul ...

Category: Religion

Boise, Idaho, also known as the “City of Trees,” was once a major stop on the Oregon Trail. The U.S. Army established a fort in the area in 1863 to protect settlers coming from the east into Oregon and Washin ...

Category: Religion

Mardi Gras, Carnival, Shrove Tuesday or Fat Tuesday: whatever you call it, it’s one of the biggest parties of the year. Practically every culture has some kind of celebration before Lent. And while it seems as if t ...

Category: Holidays and Observances

Many traditions in the church can seem outdated, especially when you don’t understand the history behind them. If you do something because it’s rote, even if it’s part of your childhood, your heart may ...

Category: Holidays and Observances, Christianity

Living in America offers certain freedoms. Although many believe that religious freedom in America is under attack, we’re very fortunate to be living in a country where we can worship in a way we choose. We’r ...

Category: Religion

Michigan has a rich heritage that features indigenous peoples, immigrants and freed slaves. Many towns had stops on the Underground Railroad to get slaves to freedom in Canada. Here are a few of the best sites to explore ...

Category: Religion, Spirituality