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In January 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that “insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic” linked to everything from vehicle crashes, industrial disasters and chronic diseases ranging from hypertension, diabetes, depression, obesity and even cancer. 

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We’ve all heard variations on the notion that the world is comprised of “two kinds of people.” Coke people and Pepsi people. Dog people and cat people. Beach people and mountain people. You get the idea. 

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When one of our sons was about 4, he was really into his toy fire truck. It was a ladder truck with flashing lights, sirens, doors that opened, even a working steering wheel. One day, we were walking down the sidewalk and parked across the street by what was not only a real ladder truck, but…

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In January 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that “insufficient sleep is a public health epidemic,” linked to everything from vehicle crashes, industrial disasters and a host of chronic diseases ranging from hypertension, diabetes, depression, obesity and even cancer.

Even in the days when Christianity was a “new” movement, the earliest Christians grew in a faith that was not a new invention. Instead, they saw it as a continuation and fulfillment of all that God had been doing in redemptive history in anticipating the coming of Jesus. It wasn’t that Chris…