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Is Your Church Christian or Christianish?

Three little letters make a world of difference. Together i, s, and h distinguish Christian from Christianish and mark the difference between right …

Theology

53 Amazon Products With The Highest Ratings That You Never Knew Existed

Amazon is like a never-ending infinity pool of surprising and unexpected products. Wade through its waters long enough and you’ll find a whole new …

Your Fried Food Has Been Missing One Ingredient

My cornstarch knowledge was until recently pretty basic. I’ve used it to thicken gravies and sauces, bind fruit in pies, and so forth. And I’ve used …

Food & Dining

10 Vegetarian Food Hacks that will Change the Way you Eat

Looking to take your cooking game to the next level? Look no further than the following vegetarian food hacks that will keep your food delicious and …

7 Signs You're Burned Out at Work

Plus: 7 ways to snap out of your funk<p>Mental burnout, coined in the 1970s to describe the psychological effects of relentless work stress, happens so …

Moroccan Chickpea Tomato Stew

No matter what else I make over the course of a given week, I almost always prepare one meal that takes the form of a stew, or a thick soup, or …

Recipes

Loaded Sweet Potatoes with Quinoa Tabbouleh

Sweet Potatoes

11 common traits of highly intelligent people

Some users claim to know from personal experience (so humble); others are just taking an educated guess.<p>As it turns out, many users gave answers that researchers would agree with.<p>We pulled eleven of the most intriguing Quora responses and explained the science behind them. Here's what we learned.<p>1. …

Emotional Intelligence

How To Manage Your Emotions In High-Stress Situations

In high-stress situations, our emotions often lead us to act in ways we later regret. Renown psychologist and Harvard Medical School instructor Susan David offers invaluable lessons for navigating our inner world of thoughts and emotions in her new book, <i>Emotional Agility</i>.<p>We can easily get “hooked” …

Emotional Intelligence

14 habits of exceptionally likeable people

Napoleon Hill is the grandfather of self-help authors, inspiring the likes of Oracle founder Larry Ellison, media mogul Oprah Winfrey, and …

Lentil and Mushroom Shepherd’s Pie [Vegan]

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Korean fried chicken

This Korean fried chicken (or Jin Chick) is the signature dish at Jinjuu in soho. Served with a fiery gochujang red sauce or black soy sauce and a …

Recipes

The 5-minute hack that will calm your mind and gut in any situation

The fact that your brain is in constant conversation with your gut isn’t exactly new intel. Your belly’s wellbeing can have a direct affect on your …

Insights from an Adventist Communicator

KM_May2014.jpgKeisha McKenzie, writer and consultant, previews her talk for the Adventist Forum conference, called "The Violence of Silence." She …

Faith

6 Prebiotic Foods You Should Add to Your Diet

I bet you’ve heard a lot about the benefits of probiotics—but what about <i>pre</i>biotics? These nondigestible carbohydrates feed the good bacteria in your …

How To Think, According To This Winner Of The Brain Prize

MIT's Ed Boyden on thinking, taking notes and rebooting your failures.<p><i>”Synthesize new ideas constantly. Never read passively. Annotate, model, think, and synthesize while you read, even when you’re reading what you conceive to be introductory stuff. That way, you will always aim towards</i> …

It's time for a slow teaching revolution 

We have slow food, slow travel, even slow journalism.<p>Responding to the relentless 'McDonaldisation' of the world, the slow food movement reminds us of the value of locally produced, seasonal food, just as slow travel brings us back in contact with the local communities and local traditions we miss …

A philosopher’s 350-year-old trick to get people to change their minds is now backed up by psychologists

The 17th century philosopher Blaise Pascal is perhaps best known for Pascal’s Wager which, in the first formal use of decision theory, argued that believing in God is the most pragmatic decision. But it seems the French thinker also had a knack for psychology. As Brain Pickings points out, Pascal …

Psychology

“Finding God in the Waves” by Mike McHargue

<b>Viewing beliefs as “butterflies on an open hand”</b><i>Reviewed by John Seel</i>There is no loneliness like that of the Christian who doubts. Many within the …

Faith

5 Steps to Meditating on Your Bible

Not long ago, I asked my pastor about the difference between meditation and prayer, as the two can be hard to distinguish. He replied, “In Scripture, …

Consciousness Revealed

<b>Mr. Jones, at night, was fishing for something down a sewer drain under a street light. A passerby asked him, "Did you drop your keys down this storm</b> …

Consciousness

4 Ways to Become a Better Learner

The CEO sitting across from me is explaining how he and the other executives of a telecommunications firm were caught off guard by a new technology that disrupted the firm’s business. “We did not see WhatsApp coming,” he says, shaking his head. He wants to increase his capacity to learn, to spot …

Latest iPhone Leak Confirms Apple's Newest Technology

There have been a number of discussion in recent weeks over the next-generation of screen technology that Apple will use in a new iPhone. Apple continues to use LCD screens for its smartphones, and while the 2016 iPhone 7 family is expected to retain an LCD display, 2017′s iPhones look ready to …

There's an 'invisible' trait that makes leaders more effective — here's how to develop it

The difference seems to lie at least partly in charisma — a trait that can be hard to define but relatively easy to spot.<p>Yet a growing body of research suggests that charisma is both definable and replicable. Scientists who study charisma say it's less a natural gift bestowed only upon some lucky …

Charisma

Step-by-Step: How to Roast a Perfect Prime Rib Using the Reverse Sear Method

GalleryStep-by-Step: How to Roast a Perfect Prime Rib Using the Reverse Sear Method<p>More<p>Ribs<p>Essential techniques, recipes, and more!<p>Prime rib is and perhaps always will be the king of holiday roasts. There is nothing so primal, so celebratory, so downright majestic as a hunk of well-marbled beef, …

7 habits of remarkably successful leaders

Every great business needs effective and successful leaders--men and women who can inspire their employees to reach deep within themselves to get things done. Unfortunately, almost 60% of all businesses have a shortage of leadership talent, and this shortage has a negative impact on the ability of …

Employment