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Why I’m Grateful for the Local Church
I love my church where I serve, but I’m also very grateful for the local church in general. In all its beauty and flaws, I can’t imagine culture surviving without it.
10 Things to Look for Every Time You Visit a Thrift Store
Like finding awesome stuff at great prices? Make the most of your thrift-store trips by always keeping an eye out for these items.
I Am the Black Woman Who Interrupted the Netroots Presidential Town Hall, and This Is Why
Black organizers claimed our rightful place at the front of the progressive movement.
How to Refinish Wood Furniture
Learn how to strip, sand and stain a piece of wooden furniture.
What Is Armenian Food? Depends Who You Ask
What’s eaten in Armenia is vastly different from what constitutes Armenian cuisine outside the country.
What to Do the First Day of School (and Why)
Teaching is the profession that makes every other profession possible. It all starts that first day of school, Justin Minkel writes.
Watch Out: Top 10 Building Code Violations
Here’s an alarming stat: About 45 percent of residential field inspections reveal a code violation.
What Muslim Life In America Really Looks Like
The diversity of Muslims in the United States is vast, and so is the breadth of the Muslim American experience. Relaying short anecdotes representative of their everyday lives, nine Muslim Americans demonstrate both the adversities and blessings of Muslim American life.
What Is Messianic Judaism?
Messianic Judaism is the name given to New Covenant faith in Yeshua (Jesus) as Messiah by those who are of Jewish heritage. It also invites into fellowship Gentiles who are called to embrace an expression of faith in Yeshua in a Jewish communal context. One of the most disconcerting things about the separation that has grown between Christianity and Judaism is the belief by Jewish people that Jesus contradicts and opposes Judaism. On the contrary, Yeshua Himself was Jewish, as were most of His first followers and disciples.