Keep Your Strengths from Turning Into Weaknesses

(The following is an entry from volume 50 of The Christophers’ annual book “Three Minutes a Day”): It’s natural for people to emphasize their strong points. But, strengths taken to extremes can turn into weaknesses. Hollywood producer Dore Schary had this to say on the topic: “A person who calls himself frank and candid can [Read More…]

Christian History (and Heresy) Make It Into the 2016 National Spelling Bee

(Logo property of Scripps National Spelling Bee) Last Thursday’s Scripps National Spelling Bee finals were another nail-biter that once again ended in co-champions, Jairam Hathwar and Nihar Janga. The knowledge these kids possess was amazing to watch on words most people have never even heard of. A couple of the words they spelled even had [Read More…]

‘There Has Been No Finer Act of Unselfish Heroism in Military History’

What kind of man intentionally crashes his airplane behind enemy lines during wartime to save a friend? That’s the question that New York Times best-selling author Adam Makos set out to answer in his book “Devotion,” about the bond between two Navy pilots during the Korean War: Tom Hudner, a white New Englander from the [Read More…]

And the Greatest of These is Love: Videos and Reactions to the 2016 Christopher Awards

This was the first year that we promoted the hashtag #ChristopherAwards at the ceremony and more extensively online, and it was a success. While we didn’t trend on Twitter, we got to the point where you typed in #chri – and #ChristopherAwards was the second option under #ChrisBrown. So, yay us. Part of our Twitter [Read More…]


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