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Does the End, Justify the Means?

Does the end justify the means? Would it be so terrible to lie in order to save a life? Ah, ethical questions...not good for me.  Because even as...  read more

The Power of Choice

Lessons that I’m Learning in Moving Forward From Fear to Faith If you’re like me, trying to walk the straight and narrow, life hasn’t been an...  read more

People Not Afraid of Greatness

"But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that...  read more

Battle Hymn of the Redactor

In the early morning hours of December 28, 1998 a 19-year old African-American girl named Tyisha Miller was dropping her friends off when her car...  read more

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

I’ve learned that to decide comes from the Latin word decidere and it literally means to “cut off”.  I find that the older we get, the more we...  read more

How I Survived a Year of Bullying

When I was in middle school, I was bullied. At the time, there wasn’t all this talk and publicity about bullying so I didn’t even know I was...  read more


The final event in the summer olympic games is the men’s marathon.  At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens Greece, Brazilian runner Vanderlei de Lima...  read more

A Hard Lesson Learned

previously published in August 2004 I don’t know where you were, what you were doing or how you were doing things 10 years ago, but I do know...  read more

Shortcuts, Trade-offs and the Kingdom

previously published in August 2004 Money makes the world go round. Or so they say. But I can actually believe that. Think about the millions of...  read more

Love Without Force

We were at Barnes & Noble, and Matthew wanted to read Captain Underpants yet again.  I grimaced at the cartoon drawing of the smirking baby holding...  read more