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It was my honor to interview President George W. Bush for a two-part Focus on the Family broadcast airing today … Continued
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What a volcano in Iceland teaches us about heaven.
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Then one flight it dawned on me that 150 other souls were also dragging their spiritual baggage onto our plane, and I had no idea what sort of sins they had been dabbling in. Gluttony? Deceit? Adultery?
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