Religion Today Summaries, February 3, 2003

Religion Today Summaries, February 3, 2003

Religion Today Summaries: Daily summaries of the top national and international religious news stories impacting Christians

In Today's Edition:

  • Faith of Two Astronauts Shines from Beyond Shuttle Wreckage  
  • In Houston, Faith Stirs Among Those Who Know God & Shuttles 
  • Faith, Hope & Above
  • Grief Resources for a Nation Touched by Tragedy 


Faith of Two Astronauts Shines from Beyond Shuttle Wreckage 
Janet Chismar
In an interview with Crosswalk.com late Saturday afternoon, Pastor Steve O'Donohoe of Grace Community Church in Houston talked about the strong faith that marked the lives of two men lost in the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster.  Click Here for Full Article

In Houston, Faith Stirs Among Those Who Know God & Shuttles
Bonnie Pritchett
Throughout the communities surrounding NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston people were aching and searching for answers to what seemed like inexplicable questions. Churches, synagogues and Hindu temples opened their doors in an effort to provide solace. But there are those who know peace can only be found in the Prince of Peace.  Click Here for Full Article

Faith, Hope & Above
Linda Sharp
As the Columbia crew explored the "heavens" of outer space, they now explore the Heavens of their faith. For Mrs. Husband, the families and for us all: Faith, Hope and Love abide, but the greatest of these is now Above.  Click Here for Full Article

Grief Resources for a Nation Touched by Tragedy 
Whether the Space Shuttle disaster has touched you personally, or you will be mourning with the rest of the nation, we have compiled a number of articles about grief and seeking the Lord's comfort in times of pain.  Click Here for Full Article

 

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