Sep 12 2012


"The number of people who have fled the church because it is too patient or compassionate is negligible; the number who have fled because they find it too unforgiving is tragic." (Brennan Manning) God, help us love one another (John 13:34).


Just read this quote from Mother Teresa. “May God break my heart so completely that the whole world falls in.” Please, Jesus.

"It's the hardest thing to give away and the last thing on your mind today"

Matthew West "Forgiveness" (Amazon | iTunes)

"Oh, Father won't You forgive them, they don't know what they've been doing. Oh Father, give me grace to forgive them cause I feel like the one losing"

Tenth Avenue North "Losing" (Amazon | iTunes)

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Sep 12 2012

September 12, 2012

The Dos and Don'ts of the Perfect Apology. Shine from YAHOO! 

Yesterday was 9/11 and we honored and remembered those who were lost, but we also heard stories of hope. Marine Cpl. Juan Dominguez, Triple Amputee Afghanistan War Veteran, Gets New 'Smart Home' On 9/11. Huffington Post 

Alabama Pastor Calvin Havens Provides House For Local Subway Manager, A Homeless Woman With Cancer. Huffington Post "Just a casual conversation started the whole thing," said Havens.

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Sep 11 2012



"Amazing Grace" 9/11 Choir

Tribute to Flight 93

Jon Stewart's emotional account of 9/11

Pregnant Flight 93 victim honored by husband's lasting tribute. YAHOO! News 

Ten years after her death on Sept. 11, 2001, Lauren Catuzzi Grandcolas still inspires people. That's not an accident. Her husband, Jack, insists that her legacy be a living one.

Lauren -- along with 39 other passengers and the flight crew -- died when United Flight 93, having been hijacked by terrorists, went down in a field near Shanksville, Pa. It was the flight that fought back against the attackers, preventing the plane from reaching its target in Washington, D.C. The heroism of those passengers -- and their battle cry, "Let's Roll"-- lives on as part of the tragic story of 9/11.

For Jack, the sudden death of his wife carried additional grief. Lauren, 38, was pregnant, and Jack, suddenly without his family, was thrust into a world of pain and loneliness, engulfed by a dark depression. It was Lauren's spirit, in many ways, that gave him the strength he needed to fight his way out of it.

(Read full story & watch video)


As we remember the events of 9/11, we remember that in our deepest tragedies, God is there. Have you seen God show up in the midst of your rubble? Tell us about it here or on Facebook

Lawrence Stack, FDNY Commander Who Died Saving Others On 9/11, Remembered Atop One World Trade Center (PHOTO). Huffington Post 


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Ellie Kay's tips for saving money on college
Aug 05 2010

Ellie Kay's tips for saving money on college

Ellie Kay, America's Family Financial Expert is our guest today talking about how to save money on back to school for college students. Get all of Ellie Kay's tips here: Also, if you have questions about college debt, check this out:

Listen here: Segment 1 and Segment 2

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8/2/2010 11:22:12 PM
Sarah Outman United States
Sarah Outman
Thank you for pointing out you do not think it is biblical for parents to go into debt (co-sign) for a child's college loans. I was raised by my parents who believed, once I was 18 and graduated from high school, it was my decision if I went to work, college, trade school, etc. At that point, they were no longer responsible for me and my finances. I truly believe that is how children become adults - letting them make their own decisions and dealing with the circumstances of them - not placing the parents' lives/finances in danger becuase of the decision to take on college debt.
8/6/2010 5:33:33 PM
Rhonda United States
What I will be doing is making my kids take all the of their pre-classes (english, science, math, etc) at a community college...then if they want to transfer to a university they can. I will help them all I can but will not go in debt, take out loans or co-sign for them. By taking all the classes you can at a cheaper school & transferring them will save a ton of money for those who want to go into something you can't take a 2 year community college.
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