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Frank and Jesse James

Two young boys moved to a small town in Missouri. The boys were the sons of a well-known preacher. A few days after the preacher and his family settled-in to their new home, the boys found what seemed to be a stray black dog with a few white streaks on its tai... Read More »

Google Search

Google is the most used search engine in the world, handling over three billion internet searches a day. In 2010, Google launched a new feature to their search engine known as “auto-complete.” The purpose of this feature enabled users to find information f... Read More »

Adidas and Puma

There were two brothers born in Bavaria, Germany in the late 1800’s. They grew-up in Herzogenaurach, a little town located nearby the Aurach River. Their names were Adolf and Rudolph Dassler. The two brothers started a shoe factory business in their parent... Read More »

Lost and Found

It was June 2, 1995 when a NATO air force pilot was patrolling a no fly zone over Serbia. A group of Serbian mercenary soldiers targeted the pilot’s plane and launched a S.A.M. (surface air missile). The missile struck the belly of the plane causing it to ex... Read More »

Roots of Discipleship

Travel to Muir Woods Park, a historic forest north of San Francisco, California, and you will find giant sequoia trees (Sequoiadendron giganteum). These giant sequoias are the world’s largest trees. Their average height is between 164-279 feet and 20-26 feet... Read More »

Saving Faith

“In the nineteenth century the greatest tightrope walker in the world was a man named Charles Blondin. On June 30, 1859, he became the first man in history to walk on a tightrope across Niagara Falls. Over twenty-five thousand people gathered to watch hi... Read More »

Disciple Making and Duct Tape

Almost every American owns a roll of duct tape.  Its purpose and uses seem endless.  Unfortunately, one of the things that you can’t do with duct tape is seal ducts. Max Sherman, a physicist who conducted test for three months on a variety of sealing mater... Read More »

The Yellowstone Fire of 1988

During the summer of 1988, Yellowstone National Park suffered the worst fire of its history. Since being established as a national park in 1872, nothing has compared to the four months of fires that charred its acreage from May to September in 1988. A severe d... Read More »

Your Faces Showed It

Two prospectors were panning for gold in Montana when one of them found an unusual stone and upon breaking it open saw that it contained gold.  Working eagerly, the men soon discovered an abundance of the precious metal and shouted, “We’ve found it.  We... Read More »

Keeping The Corners Clean

A customer walked into a machine shop one afternoon.  He was so impressed with the cleanliness of the shop that he requested to speak with the store owner. The customer asked the owner, “How do you keep your machine shop clean? Every time I walk into your s... Read More »