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Defeating darkness: Chanukah and Christmas

FORT WORTH, Texas: Christmas may define December in the minds of many. But it also hosts Chanukah, or the Festival of Lights. This year, Chanukah began at sundown on December 22nd. It would seem that Chanukah and Christmas have nothing to do with each other. But that isn’t so. Raised as a Christian around Christians, ...

Easter through the eyes of a woman

While we tend to think of Easter as the commemoration of Jesus’ resurrection, there’s someone else whose participation in that event deserves recognition.

Jesus did not affirm a gay lifestyle

Homosexuality may be many things—learned, genetic predisposition, result of prenatal hormone exposure—but the Bible is clear: Homosexual behavior is a sin.

A testimony of faith for Easter: Jennie’s story

FORT WORTH, Texas, March 26, 2016 — Isaiah 42: 1-9 and John 12: 1-11 both testify to the divinity of Jesus Christ. Isaiah declares that Jesus is the One whom God will make to be a covenant to His people. The story in John takes place at Lazarus’ home where Jesus and His apostles gathered ...

What Christmas means for our health

Even if you’re not religious, it’s hard to deny the impact Christ’s example of love continues to have on our mental and physical well being.