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    Those Four Immortal Chaplains!
    04.06.20 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

    All four of these young men volunteered to serve their country in the United States Army. All four were chaplains. Alexander, George, Clark and John. On the night of February 2, 1943, all four of these chaplains were serving together aboard the...

      Sweating the Small Stuff and ...
      03.06.20 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

      We have been told that we should not sweat the small stuff. Don't worry, be happy. Such advice is easier to give than to live. We usually end up sweating the small stuff and dreading the big stuff. Most of us worry about anything and everything.

        The Hand That Rocks the Cradle ...
        02.06.20 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

        Americans are obsessed with their appearance more than ever before. Obsessing over your appearance can be quite unhealthy, leading to anxiety, depression and eating disorders. Sixty percent of adult women have negative thoughts about their...

          Crowd Control in a Trending Culture
          01.06.20 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

          Cultural trends are both intriguing and terrifying. They are those widespread changes in our culture that spring into existence and change the way we think and act, and what we like and call good. How do they start and catch on? Why do they end...

            Square Peg, Round Hole
            09.06.19 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

            Two salesmen were sent to a foreign island to sell shoes. After a while, the first shoe salesman wrote back to his company: "Business is terrible, nobody wears shoes down here." Then the second shoe salesman wrote back: "Business...

              Their Wrongs and Your Rights
              08.06.19 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

              People swallow some ideas whole, at face value, especially if they are frequently repeated in mainstream media or daily conversation. Everyone's doing it, so it must be right. Everyone thinks that way, so it must be true. You have heard it said...

                The Book Is Always Better Than the Movie
                07.06.19 | Articles | by Rev. David Bodanza

                You have heard it said that the book is always better than the movie. If you have read a book that is later made into a movie, many times you will be disappointed when you see the film. The movie doesn't always get it right. It may leave things...

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