“God’s Heartbeat”: Journalists Think About Meaning and Transcendence – Illinois News

The New Journalism movement of the 1960s and 1970s, in which writers such as Joan Didion and Truman Capote fused subjective perspectives with fictional techniques, “had secularist problems,” said Costica Bradatan. “The Heartbeat of God: What Journalism Talks About Faith and Why It Is Important.” New Journalism “often…

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A joyous union with God – Mesquite Local News

By Pastor Dennis LeeWe live in a world that’s quickly becoming filled with bitterness and hatred. Joy for life and living is fading, and is found mostly today in pills or in a bottle.But God wants us to be joy filled, and He knows that this joy can…

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Bread of Life – Visayan Daily Star

Today, we continue to read from Chapter 6 of John’s gospel. Last Sunday, we have seen how Jesus feeds 6,000 people by multiplying five loaves of bread and two fish, which so astonishes the crowd that they want to make him king. Knowing their intent, Jesus flees to…

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Give your stress to God – Gainesville Sun

Just as Mary and Martha made choices, believers in Christ today can do the same thing to deal with the stress in their lives.Stress is a major problem in life, even in church, and prayer can take that stress away, Minister Felton Woods,senior pastor of Gainesville Church of…

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Ecumenical Patriarch: ‘The Orthodox Christians of Constantinople, Whoever We Are, Whatever We Are, We Are A Family’ – The National Herald


CONSTANTINOPLE – His All Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew in his sermon during the feast of St. Paraskevi in the Pikridi neighborhood said that “the Orthodox Christians of Constantinople whoever we are, whatever we are, we are a family.”The Patriarch said that, “the Great Virgin-Martyr Saint Paraskevi, who is…