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This week we’ve been participating in “the Community Fast of Compassion.” There’ll be an ending celebration at the Show Low High School audito… Read more

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Where did schools come from? Most people would answer by referring to the school established by Plato in Athens. Plato had studied with Socrat… Read more

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Here it is; Thanksgiving time again and I’m wondering just how thankful we are and for what reasons. Read more

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Are you looking for your child to grow in a deeper relationship with Jesus at a young age? Look no further than Truth Seekers at White Mountai… Read more

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Jesus said that in spite of John’s greatness, “the one who is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he” (Matthew 11.11). How can that… Read more

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If you were given a million dollars, what would you do with it? Read more

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The public is cordially invited to a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the birth of the Báb, Herald of Bahá’u’lláh, the Prophet-Founder … Read more

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What is Reformation Day? One of Martin Luther’s 95 Theses, number 62, simply declares, “The true treasure of the Church is the most holy Gospe… Read more

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When I was a child of three my family moved to another neighborhood. Soon after settling into our new home, I decided to go exploring. It neve… Read more

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A symbol stands for something else, or, at least that’s what Webster says. So, the “stars and stripes” flag stands for America, and the cross … Read more

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Why is it, after five-hundred years we are still impacted by the events of an obscure priest? Not we only, but people around the world? Read more

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‘Abdu’l-Bahá explains: Water is the cause of life, and when Christ speaks of water, He is symbolizing that which is the cause of Everlasting L… Read more

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It was all right to heal the sick, raise the dead, cast out demons, still storms, preach righteousness, and announce the kingdom; but where wa… Read more

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Math was not my best subject in school, but over the years, I have become more appreciative of the part numbers play in God’s creation. Read more

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Each of the Gospels shows that after a few months of initial enthusiasm for Jesus and His ministry, opposition began to grow so that at last J… Read more

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Let us consider another familiar example indicating the application of symbolism to a literally impossible event. Jesus sometimes spoke of reb… Read more

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Our nation is in great need of public prayer, repentance, and conversion. We ask God to save America through the Rosary of His Most Holy Mothe… Read more

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Clarence Darrow, the American trial lawyer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, is reputed to have said, “He lies like an eyewitness.” I… Read more

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Some words have several symbolic meanings; the word “death” is one such word. One of its meanings as used in the Scriptures is the death of “e… Read more

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What’s an appropriate punishment for bad behavior? I asked myself that a lot when I was raising four kids. I usually just fell back on what my… Read more

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Followers of Christ are not to fear the powerful people of this world. The soul matters more than the body and the rulers of this world can ta… Read more

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Some 30 years ago, a young priest named Father Yeruva L. Marreddy in the Diocese of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, in southeast India, received a bow… Read more

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What do you wear? Visit Walmart to get a panoramic view of what people wear. It’s hard to describe the standard American dress and that same v… Read more

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Jesus said, “If you…who are evil, know how to give good gifts…how much more will the heavenly Father give…to those who ask him!” Read more

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Let us consider a second standard by which to separate the symbolic from the non-symbolic. The language of the Scriptures reveals that symboli… Read more

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7a. Respond: we cannot know why God permits evil. Read more

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Even if only a few of the many heavenly events prophesied in the Scriptures did actually happen, in ways that people could see a direct link b… Read more

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We arrived back from a trip to Draper, Utah, to visit our daughter and family. This is the only major travel that we’ve done this year, and I … Read more

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We’re in Utah visiting our daughter, Angie and family, and I’ve noticed that the population here is younger than what we’re used to in Arizona. Read more

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The first touchstone by which we can separate the symbolic from the literal is our knowledge of our Creator’s respect for our freedom. Since G… Read more

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If God is good, why does He allow suffering? And if He is all-powerful, why does He not put an end to sinful actions and natural catastrophes?… Read more

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I often think about Charles Dickens’ novel “A Tale of Two Cities” because of the opening paragraph: “It was the best of times. It was the wors… Read more

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