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BreakPoint

Dec 31, 2021

John and Maria recount prominent people who passed in 2021, the top inventions of the past year, and important trends to consider as we close out the year.

Then, John and Maria look ahead at current movements in culture. They consider the move of parents to be more involved in their school districts, the influence of...


Dec 31, 2021

**The following is a review of one of the top stories of 2021**

Like every other student in America, Mississippi third-grader Lydia Booth has to wear a face mask to school. But when Lydia donned her favorite mask, with the words “Jesus loves me” on it, school officials forced her to remove the mask and threatened...


Dec 31, 2021

**The following is a review of one of the top stories of 2021**

Faithful watchers of the Olympics experience a letdown after the games are over. This year, with viewership in a freefall, there was likely not enough enthusiasm for there even to be a letdown on Monday morning. Many have tired of the politicization of...


Dec 30, 2021

**The following is a review of one of the top stories of 2021**

G.K. Chesterton said that gratitude was “nearly the greatest of all human duties, (and) nearly the most difficult.”

It is the greatest of human duties because, as Paul wrote the Corinthians, “what do we have that we did not receive?” Truth,...


Dec 30, 2021

**The following is a review of one of the top stories of 2021**

Francis Schaeffer described how ideas escape the ivory towers of universities and think tanks eventually to shape how ordinary people think, speak, and view their world. In 2020, one idea made that journey in record time. Not that long ago, conversations...