Anxiety. It’s the most common form of mental illness in our country. A whopping 40 million adults complain of an anxiety disorder of some kind, and sadly, research says that…
Jeremy and Melissa, a married couple who operated a traveling circus, visited an adoption agency with the hopes of increasing the size of their small family. Of course, the social workers had plenty of doubts and worries about the couple’s suitability for adoption.
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Crows. Elephants. Bonobos. Chimpanzees. They all have something in common with humans besides a Creator. For quite some time, researchers and scientists have observed these species (and many others) exhibiting symptoms of grief.
But thanks to God, that’s where our commonality ends.
Phil was in the front yard tossing a football with his two sons when a wild dog jumped the fence and attacked the middle-aged school teacher. The dog bit at his pant leg and then nipped him on the shin a few times before disappearing back over the fence.
Fortunately, his two boys were uninjured, but Phil was immediately rushed to the hospital by his wife who was worried about rabies.
Two blondes were flying to Los Angeles from Atlanta. One of the pair was a seasoned traveler; the other had reservations about flying. The first tried to comfort the latter with small talk and distract her with in-flight magazines.
Everything was going fine until the pilot came on the intercom and announced the plane had lost an engine.
In 2005, singing sensation – and American Idol winner – Carrie Underwood released her song entitled Jesus Take the Wheel. I’m not a big fan of Country Music, nor do I think Jesus has much experience driving stick.
But after seeing pictures taken from the scene of a particular car wreck in Utah’s Mojave Desert, I have to wonder if Jesus didn’t take this wheel.