- Heidi Stone warns parents of the danger behind destroying a child’s heart, one Facebook photo at a time.
- Doy Moyer brings Scripture to bear on racism. “God’s people need to transcend the clamor and evil trappings of the world in order to be what God intends. To be effective in reaching out to the world, we cannot pull back our hands because those of another person are a different shade. All hands are made by the same God, who desires all to be in His fellowship.”
- Roger Shouse takes a look at the need (at times) for confrontation. “Confrontations are not fun, easy or quick. They are often messy. People tend to get defensive and fire shots back. Many avoid confrontations at all costs.”
- It’s probably one of the most amazing wonders of mother nature. Because of the severe cold weather, huge ice formations are starting to take shape along Niagara Falls—the American side—and the result is an incredible landscape of bubbling, whirling ice.
- Dene Ward writes, “We always direct thoughts like this to the young, but peer pressure works on every age, not just teenagers. Isn’t that why we become uncommonly quiet when certain topics of conversation come up among our friends in the world?”
Ever wondered about the size of the Moon relative to the United States? Now you know.