Tag: language

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The Word and the word

by Erich Bridges Children of the digital age are growing up with a different kind of literacy, we are told. They learn to understand the world not through complete sentences, paragraphs and books, but through ever-changing sounds, images and micro-bursts of text delivered via their digital devices and social media of choice. “Zits,” a comic strip that should be required… Read more →

Marriage on ice

by Dr. Gary Chapman on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 this article is courtesy of HomeLife magazine. Although some people enjoy winter sports, I don’t know any couples who enjoy winter marriages. Winter marriages are characterized by coldness, harshness, and bitterness. The dreams of spring are covered with layers of ice, and the forecast calls for freezing rain. Marc has been… Read more →