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The Top Three Misconceptions About Joy
Bonnie Gray
We all long to experience joy. Do we opt for safe joy when Jesus offers full joy?
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The Single Life: How Will You Observe Holy Week?
Susan Ellingburg
This year during Holy Week I've decided to focus my thoughts in an attempt to more fully grasp what Easter is all about. Care to join me? Here's my daily observance plan.
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Scream Reboot Specializes in Recycled Story
Christian Hamaker
"One generation's tragedy is the next one's joke," says a law officer in Scream 4, the latest in the Wes Craven-directed franchise. But the joke's on the viewers.
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Building Bridges: Emily Colson on Raising Her Autistic Son
Deborah J. Thompson
In Emily Colson's new book Dancing with Max, she chronicles the highs and the lows, the heartbreak and the joy, the magic and the mystery of sharing life with her autistic son Max.
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Religion Today

Groups Work to Make Religious Freedom Relevant
Kristin Butler
Religious freedom may not seem relevant to most Americans, who take it for granted. One coalition of rights groups is working to change that.
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It's Sunday, Sunday: A "Friday" Parody
Community Christian Church, Naperville, IL
It was just a matter of time until someone parodied Rebecca Black's viral video sensation,"Friday."
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11-Year-Old Proclaims Jesus in Every Book of the Bible
An 11-year-old from Salem Lutheran Church goes before the congregation locating "Jesus Throughout the Bible" from Genesis to Revelation.
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Today's Devotional

Ever Surrendered? (from "From His Heart, by Pastor Jeff Schreve")
I shall lift up my hands to Your commandments, which I love (Ps. 119:48).
God's Word is right concerning everything, not just the things with which you agree.
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Despite some overly drawn parallels, The Conspirator is a gripping historical account.
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Still from The Conspirator. Click image to expand.Robert Redford's The Conspirator (Lionsgate), a courtroom drama about the aftermath of the Lincoln assassination, has no business being as entertaining as it is. Less a movie than an extended re-enactment from a History Channel documentary, the movie is stagey, preachy, and long on exposition. It's easy to imagine the bulleted list of questions to be handed out afterwards for high-school civics students to ponder: What is a writ of habeas corpus? But once you accustom yourself to this film's unhurried rhythm and old-fashioned Hollywood stolidity, The Conspirator is not without its pleasures--chief among them Robin Wright's quietly fierce performance as Mary Surratt, the mother of one of John Wilkes Booth's conspirators, who was charged with complicity in their plot to kill the president.

The film begins on a Civil War battleground where, amid horrific carnage, a wounded Union soldier, Capt. Frederick Aiken (James McAvoy) struggles to keep his even more seriously injured comrade Nicholas (Justin Long) from slipping toward death. As it turns out, both men survive the war, and a few years later Aiken is a novice attorney in the employ of Reverdy Johnson (Tom Wilkinson), with Nicholas as his roue drinking partner. As they carouse at a men's club one April night in 1865, word comes that the president has been shot. (Though we only glimpse Lincoln briefly and from a distance, the shooting at Ford's Theatre is recreated as it appeared in contemporary accounts, right down to Booth's leap onto the stage, the resulting broken leg, and his cry of "Sic semper tyrannis--the South is avenged!")

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Dealing with feelings of loneliness

April 15, 2011

I am like a desert owl of the wilderness,
            like an owl of the waste places;
I lie awake;
            I am like a lonely sparrow on the housetop.

Psalm 102:6-7

I heard about a man whose mother woke him up one Sunday morning and said, “Now, you’ve got to get to church.”

So he said, “I’m not going to church today.”

She said, “Well, that’s unusual. You always go to church. Why don’t you want to go today?”

He said, “People always ignore me there. They talk behind my back, they don’t speak to me, and they walk right past me like they’re avoiding me. I’m sick of it! So I’m not going to church.”

So his mother said, “Well, number one, you have to go because the Lord expects you to go. And number two, you’re the pastor!”

Isn’t it true that even in a place like church, there can be so much loneliness? Even though you’re surrounded by people, it can be as if you’re the only one around.

There’s so much loneliness in the world today. That’s why we have all these support groups and the singles scene and all the things that people are trying to do to fill the gaps in their lives. But even with all those things people are trying to use to numb the pain of loneliness, the feeling of isolation still remains in so many hearts.

Perhaps you’re feeling alone today. Oh, you may be with family and friends, but on the inside there’s that aching, nagging alienation that’s tearing you up. So if you’re feeling alone, remember that God is ever-present and never leaves your side. You can always count on him because he truly cares for you.


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