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Walt Alexander

Walt Alexander is the editor-in-chief of Men of Value. Learn more about his vision for the online magazine for American men with the American values—faith, family & freedom—in his Welcome from the Editor.

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DevotionalsFaith

Sometimes in my more nostalgic moments, my mind drifts to my old college days and how I often wondered what the future would be like. The Book of Isaiah is known for predicting the future too, especially the coming of Christ. I often think about the descriptions of Jesus in

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The Pew report (http://www.pewforum.org/2015/05/12/chapter-1-the-changing-religious-composition-of-the-u-s/) released earlier this year did not have the reaction I thought it would. Though there were mentions of it on the news and radio, nothing was said of it at my church on Sunday and I did not see any people running the streets holding “The End

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DevotionalsFaith

This past weekend I went to Wheaton Academy in West Chicago to see Ballet 5:8 Present the Story of Daniel in Belteshazzar: A Perilous Tale (http://www.ballet58.org/performances/belteshazzar-a-perilous-tale-chicago-west-suburbs/2015). It was a ballet of the story of Daniel with an all-female cast.  It was really good and I recommend seeing it if you

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DevotionalsFaith

  Devotional: AVENGERS ASSEMBLE I am very excited about the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron movie. I can’t wait to see them all back in action! As I have stated before, I am a big fan of Marvel comics and movies. However, this week’s blog is not about Iron Man,

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Faith

I was looking the other day at my childhood friend Mick’s mother, Sherry, on Facebook. She was giving a hug to my other friend Bob. Bob and Mick and I and others used to hang out. It was funny because Bob now has a white beard and a potbelly. He

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A few weeks ago, I was talking to a person whom I have known for a long time and who lives far away. He was telling me about his son who is 32 and whom he feels is not “growing up” at the correct pace. His son is not married

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DevotionalsFaith

One of the best actors of all time is F. Murray Abraham and I am a fan of his film Amadeus from the early 80s. In this movie, a court composer who was named Salieri devotes his life to creating beautiful music. He gives everything to God including his chastity

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We are not God and God is different than us (Isaiah 55:8). Isn’t that something to be thankful for? I guess that is hard to understand if we believe that we are all there is. It is hard to understand if we believe that God is just something cavepeople made

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Are you one of those people who like to know what the people who disagree with you are saying? I do sometimes. I think it is important to have your perspective challenged and to learn what you can from others. Sometimes I get to see the other perspective even when

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Several years ago, after the tsunami hit in the Indian Ocean, a friend and I were having a conversation. He had gone to Sri Lanka and had done some volunteer work to help out the people there. I was telling him some of my troubles and he told me that

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