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Why Do Kids Loose Faith?
Date: Tue, May 19th, 2009 1:49:28 pm

"I used to believe, but . . ."

Chaplain Estes presents "Stories of the Prophets" for children (and the rest of us) with a series of TV shows (click here)

Now consider some of the questions children are asking these days:

- Did the Easter Bunny really lay colored eggs?
- Can Reindeer Fly?
- How come Santa is in so many places at the same time?
- Why doesn't Santa retire to Florida like my grandparents did?

Find out why children grow up believing (or misbelieving?) from their parents, teachers, friends and television. Some is pretty funny, others are a bit sad. Take a look - Check out "Kids Beliefs"

Question: "How old were you when you found out, there is no Santa Claus?"
Answer:
"What do you mean, 'there's No Santa Claus??'"

 

 
Death: The Reality
Date: Thu, Feb 5th, 2009 1:45:35 pm
Are You Prepared For:
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Many people ask about life after death - this one came from S.W. He asks the question about "Preparing for Death":

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"Dear Bridge to Faith:
I am trying to make a list of things to do before I die and would like some suggestions?
Could you please comment as to what Islam says about death?"

Thank You, S. W."

 

 

 
Donating Organs & Tissue
Date: Thu, Feb 5th, 2009 1:42:12 pm

What do religions say regarding organ and tissue transplant?
Can Jewish donate organs or blood to save others (non-Jewish)? [read what the four major branches of Judaism say]
What does Protestant Christianity say? [Baptists? Disciples of Christ? Methodist?]
How about Catholics? [Does the Pope allow it?]

Hindus? [Will this affect them coming back in another form (reincarnaActive Imagetion)?] . . .
Evangelical? [Is there anything from the Holy Ghost on this?] . . .

 
Learn Arabic in English (online)
Date: Thu, Feb 5th, 2009 1:48:54 pm

Arabic is rapidly becoming a language of preference for many young and older students in colleges, universities and online study groups. What is the reason? Good question.

Since September 11, 2001 many people living in the west have been concerned to know and understand more about the Arabic language in hope of making sense out of the many tragic events occuring around the world, many of these events are attributed to Arabs and to their religious culture. One of the best ways to come to better understand what is happening in the minds and hearts of people like that is to listen, read and practice speaking Arabic.




 


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