Glow-in-the-Dark Humans

Do you know that you glow? No, I’m not talking about the clammy glow you sport after a workout. I’m talking about actual light that comes out of our bodies. According to a 2009 study conducted by the Tohoku Institute of Technology, human bioluminescence exists – it’s just too faint for...

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5 Bible Verses for Epiphany

January 6 marks the end of one season on the Christian calendar – Christmastide – and the beginning of a new one – Epiphany. With origins in the Eastern church stretching back centuries, Epiphany celebrates a variety of events, including the baptism of Jesus, the miracle at Cana, the Nativity, and the...

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5 Lessons from the Wise Men

  “Three Kings Day.” “The Twelfth Day of Christmas.” “Epiphany.” Whatever you call it, January 6 is it — an ancient church festival commemorating the magi’s trek to the Christ Child. The word epiphany means a manifestation or revelation. The holiday marks the appearance of Christ to the Gentiles, represented by the “wise men from the East.” In...

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A Symphony of Epiphany

  Hey, Christmas isn’t over yet! Today marks the “Twelfth Day of Christmas,” or Epiphany Day. In popular culture, Christmas is about a sweet little baby in a manger, but Epiphany reminds us of the bigger picture, the “appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ” (Titus 2:13). For many God...

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