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With All Your Heart, Soul, Wi-Fi, and Websites

Over the course of 30 years, the internet has inundated our lives, changing the way we access information, discover music, and shop for groceries. But has it also added a new medium for spiritual transformation? Stephen and Mary Lowe address this question in Ecologies of Faith in a Digital Age: …

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Vigano to McCarrick: Repent, for the sake of your soul

Vatican City, Jan 14, 2019 / 04:05 am (CNA).- A former papal representative to the U.S. has written an open letter to Archbishop Theodore McCarrick that urges the archbishop to repent publicly of the sexual abuse and misconduct of which he stands accused. “You, paradoxically, have at your disposal an …

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The Dark Night of the Dark Knight's Soul

A young boy kneels by his bed, lit by a single candle. His hands clasped in a prayerful posture, he pronounces a vow that will shape the rest of his life: “And I swear by the spirits of my parents to avenge their deaths by spending the rest of my …

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'National Emergency' as 'India's Soul is Raped and Killed'

What are Indian Christians doing to help to prevent rape and sexual abuse in their society? Watch Gary Lane’s interview with Joseph D’Souza to find out. People in India are joining widespread protests because of a rape epidemic which one prominent figure describes as a “national emergency.” The brutal rape …

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“Text-a-Toastie” means food for the stomach and soul

USA (MNN) — While National Grilled Cheese day was yesterday, April 12, we’re celebrating a day late for good reason. Through “Text-a-Toastie”, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship students are giving out grilled cheese sandwiches. Students text a faith question to the number provided and shortly after they’re delivered a sandwich and an …

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Evangelism, Meet Soul Care

Sitting in a bookstore, engrossed in a book on Christian leadership, I barely noticed the man sitting across from me reading. I thought very little of him until I was repeatedly interrupted by a sense of the Holy Spirit stirring within. “Talk to this man; he’s longing for me.” Despite …

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The Generous Soul

One of my not-so-winsome Christmas traditions involves complaining to family members about the relentlessness of The Christmas Carol. Every year it seems there is another spin-off or remake of Charles Dickens’s classic. While I love the story, I am fatigued by the repetition. Ebenezer comes to his senses every December …

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