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  • Gay Christian pastor to speak at church

    Editor's note: This clarifies what LBGT stands for. While Christian beliefs and ideas about homosexuality sometimes conflict, in the case of the Rev. Mel White, two worlds unite. The openly gay pastor — who was a ghostwriter for Billy Graham,...
  • Mesa Musings: Bad times or End Times?

    With the "madness" of March soon to abate, I'm afraid things remain perilous as we head into April and beyond. Humanity has experienced, with alarming frequency in recent decades, powerful earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, tornadoes and assorted other...
  • Wheaton College community prays for Billy Graham

    News that Evangelist Rev. Billy Graham has been admitted to the hospital has captured the attention of his alma mater Wheaton College, where a campus leader said today she is praying for the famous alum. “He is an amazing man,” said Marilee...
  • Finally, a good memoir

    Anyone can write a memoir these days. All that’s needed is some free time, the address of a self-publishing website and the desire to tell the world about all the spectacular things that were unique in your life. Unfortunately, not everyone can...
  • Much ado about numbers: Did Tebow throw a Bible verse?

    Much ado about numbers: Did Tebow throw a Bible verse?
    Football married numerology when Tim Tebow threw 316 yards in the Denver Broncos’ win over the Pittsburg Steelers Sunday night. John 3:16, of course, is one of Tebow's favorite Bible verses. Icing on the cake: He also set an NFL playoff record...
  • Would Ripken be good choice for new U.S. stamp?

    Would Ripken be good choice for new U.S. stamp?
    Cal Ripken Jr., the Hall of Fame former Orioles shortstop, is right up there with President Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Billy Graham, Steve Jobs, Jerry Lewis and Bill Clinton on a list of those being considered for the first postage stamp to honor a...
  • Orioles land backup catcher in trade

    Orioles land backup catcher in trade
    Dan Duquette made his first trade as executive vice president of the Orioles on Thursday, filling the club's vacant reserve catcher spot by adding defensive-minded backstop Taylor Teagarden from a familiar partner, the Texas Rangers' organization. The...
  • Marriottsville humanitarian hopes for change in North Korea

    Marriottsville humanitarian hopes for change in North Korea
    He was born into freedom in Pusan, South Korea, 60 years ago. Still, Jong C. Jang of Marriottsville spent much of his boyhood hearing his father, Ok Kyun Jang, rhapsodize about growing up in a place about 350 miles to the north. Families were close-...
  • Christian conference planned for uniting churches

    Christian conference planned for uniting churches
    Pastors, artists and other Christian leaders will join this weekend at the University of Miami for the One Conference, three days of rallies, music and motivation to affect South Florida for the faith. With megachurch pastors such as Brian Houston and...
  • Two St. Paul's football players learn a lesson from teaching their sport in Kenya

    Two St. Paul's football players learn a lesson from teaching their sport in Kenya
    Just one year in age separated 17-year-old Travis Wood from the oldest of the Kenyan boys he was standing before, but at 6 feet 2, 190 pounds, he appeared like a giant to them. So too did 5-10, 175-pound 16-year-old Keifer Rawlings. The two...
  • Campus Crusade for Christ changing its name to 'Cru'

    Campus Crusade for Christ changing its name to 'Cru'
    What's in a name? If it's Campus Crusade for Christ, the answer is confusion and controversy. Both the "campus" and the "crusade," leaders have decided, will have to go. After 60 years, officials announced Tuesday night that the international...