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Mosquito

How Bad Is the Bite?

Mosquito-borne West Nile virus is not nearly as notorious as its reputation

Not Just Fun and Games

Youngsters today are subjected to hours of violence and occultism through video games. Yet Christians in the gaming industry are bringing the gospel into their dark world.

The Spiritual Secret to Weight Loss

Dieting is important, but we must make sure our emotional and spiritual condition is healthy if we want to shed extra pounds.

The Fat American

Almost 2 in 3 American adults are overweight, and 1 in 3 is obese.
stressed at work

Defusing 'Desk Rage'

The work environment has become a place of unleashed rage for too many Americans.

A Healthy Thyroid

An underactive thyroid can cause symptoms like those of depression or menopause.

Colon Cancer Screening

Simple testing can lead to early detection in most cases of colorectal cancer.

God Doesn't Want YOU to Crash and Burn

Americans today--including many Christians--are destroying their lives with stress, unforgiveness and other dangerous emotions. Here's how you can avoid an emotional breakdown.

Stressed-Out Kids

Today, American children are exposed to distress at earlier ages than in the past.

God's Unlikely Healers

I find it remarkable that God has chosen to hide lifesaving chemicals in His creation.

Adjust Your Attitude to Get in Shape


Getting in shape begins with a mental exercise. It was your positive mental attitude that got you off the couch in the first place, and it will take a positive mental attitude to keep you off the couch.

To become physically fit you must become mentally fit. Your success for reaching your genetic potential will come from the strength of your mental attitude. To avoid hitting a plateau in your progress, keep a positive attitude.

A Generous Soul in Chicago

Eddie R. Martin, a 75-year-old pastor with a small congregation and no salary, has fed more than 100 people a week for the last five years.

Comfort The Little Ones

Bob and Joan Nast have turned a run-down ranch in South Florida into a haven for terminally ill children and their families

A Microscopic Menace

The vast majority of people infected with West Nile virus don't even feel sick.

New York's Homeless Pastor

Since 1987, Diane Dunne has fed, clothed and cared for her homeless flock while churches in the city ignored her work.

Lamont O'Neil

A Devil-Stomper In Brooklyn

In Brooklyn Lamont O'Neil has taken at-risk youth off the streets by teaching them to dance for God. 

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