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Good without God?; 5 Second Rule Passes Test; Saddleback Mental Health Ministry |
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Good without God?Aaron Earls

A fascinating look at an important question.

Surprising Science Experiment Backs 5-Second Rule For Dropped FoodAlice G. Walton

For the record, the 5 second rule worked just fine for my kids!

Rick And Kay Warren Launch Saddleback Church Mental Health Ministry After Son's SuicideJaweed Kaleem

HuffPoReligion does a good job looking at the mental health ministry launched at Saddleback last week. Be sure to explore the many links gathered by Jaweed Kaleem (one of the advantages of good reporting on the web).

Pastor, speaker, author and former NFL linebacker Derwin Gray joined me in studio to share his story of coming to faith in Christ, how God called him to plant a multi-ethnic church and his first book Limitless Life. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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