Jesus Junk: 10 of the weirdest messiah-inspired products on the market

Martin Saunders Christian Today Contributing Editor 26 November 2015 He wasn’t exactly consumerism’s biggest advocate, but that hasn’t stopped Jesus from being one of the most marketed individuals in world history. If he’d been a modern day footballer, his image rights would have been worth a fortune. Not only is his glorious face the subject of so much of history’s […]

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30 Day Holiday Challenge

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right?  Then why do I feel more “humbug” than “ho, ho, ho”?  Could it be the pressure I put on myself to have the perfect, joyful holiday home? Take the 30 Day Holiday Challenge to add more meaning, memories, and joy to your Christmas season! Don’t let the real meaning of Christmas […]

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God Protects Trees from Insects (Part 1 of 2)

God Protects Trees from Insects (Part 1 of 2) How do trees defend themselves against insects? Find out on today’s Creation Moments Minute. The number of different kinds of insects in the world seems almost endless. There are millions. The larva of many of these insects feed on trees and bushes at least until they develop into adults. One would […]

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“Are You Celebrating Your Listeners?” by Steve Mills (RadioIsntDead.com)

The holidays are among us. There are only three weeks until Christmas. While the thought in the back of your mind is on presents, you might also consider what type of “celebrating” you are planning to do with your listeners.

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“Let’s Stop Bashing These 5 Christmas Traditions” by Ellen Painter Dollar

Let’s Stop Bashing These 5 Christmas Traditions ‘Tis the season for self-appointed experts to tell us which Christmas traditions are silly, self-absorbed, unhealthy, materialistic, excessive, or utterly beside the point. I’m all for trashing traditions that give us only glitz, gluttony, and maxed-out credit cards. But many of the traditions that get a bad rap, including these five, remain cherished […]

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#DDWN Daily Dose of Weird News: December 03, 2015

#DDWN Twisted Sister has something to say to Donald Trump! * Personalized Nutella jars! * 12 Days of Christmas gets more expensive! * Oscar Mayer Weinermobile is back! * And more in today’s DAILY DOSE OF WEIRD NEWS! *** http://www.DailyDoseOfWeirdNews.com (Sponsored by Food For The Poor)

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Illinois Girl Sends Handmade Crosses to Cops Across the Country

An 8-year-old girl is tapping into her creativity in trying to keep police officers safe across the country.  Arianna Nichols, of Illinois, started making crosses out of Perler beads she received for her birthday in August and has since made it her mission to distribute these crosses to police officers in every U.S. state. The first police department that Arianna […]

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This 11-Year-Old Is Destroying High School Basketball Teams

After Jaden Newman sunk two deep threes and a running floater, Downey Christian High School’s season opener was stopped to honor its star’s latest feat: At just 11 years old, Newman had just notched her 1000th varsity point. That’s right, the latest basketball phenom out of Orlando, Florida, is a sixth-grader. Newman has played on her school’s varsity team since […]

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Declaration of Gratefulness

Over 200 years ago, after much thought and prayer, fully knowing their lives would be at risk, the great men of our country issued a declaration for independence. The result was the opportunity for us to enjoy a freedom that has allowed our country to prosper as no other country before it. Now iMom is suggesting you consider another declaration […]

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