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What’s the true value of a single life? At Refrigerator Art.
Wondering how you can squeeze a few more miles out of that $4 gallon you just pumped? Visit Out There for some tactics from America’s “hypermilers.”
Staples of Americana headline the July 13 and 20 editions of Today’s Pentecostal Evangel as the magazine features the intriguing testimonies of Auntie Anne’s pretzels founder Anne Beiler and country music superstar Randy Travis, respectively.
In “Twist of faith,” Beiler tells how she eventually recovered from her young daughter’s tragic death. But not without the additional […]
The Supreme Court’s take on the Second Amendment is grabbing headlines. Voice your opinion at Out There.
If you think you know about revival but don’t know about Jonathan Edwards, you’ve got some learning to do. See Snapshots for my review of the definitive biography of this man instrumental in the First Great Awakening.
Ruminations on dog food and life. Read more at Out There.
What do WALL-E, Oprah, Joel Osteen, and Chuck Norris have in common? Find out at Simple Plan.
The necktie is having trouble hanging on in today’s culture, even at Assemblies of God headquarters. It has, thankfully, become a victim of fashion trends. See more at Midlife Musings.
Cars can’t run on cookies and kind words, but maybe people can. Read more at Refrigerator Art.
This book has influenced Christians for decades … and is still doing so. See more at Snapshots.
Americans United for Separation of Church and State filed suit last week against South Carolina over the state’s new plan to issue “I Believe” specialty license plates. See Midlife Musings.
Read my comments on on Snapshots.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Dr. Dwight D. Sheets, associate professor of New Testament at Evangel University, has recently co-authored Who Do My Opponents Say That I Am: An Investigation of the Accusations Against Jesus (ISBN-10 0-567-03126-8). The book was published by T & T Clark International, New York, N.Y., under the library of New Testament […]
Read more at Refrigerator Art.
Orders are being accepted for the Aug. 10 Today’s Pentecostal Evangel that profiles several world-class athletes who’ve committed their lives to Jesus Christ. The issue coincides with the Aug. 8-24 Beijing Olympic Games.
Former gold medalists Tamika Catchings (basketball) and Laura Wilkinson (platform diving) share what the Lord has done in their lives, as do former […]
Life — it truly is a gift. Read more at Going Up?
Got plans for a nice weekend at the beach? Then you probably don’t want to pop this classic movie into your DVD player the night before. More at Out There.
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June 19, 2008
America’s Heart Sinks as Midwest Farmers Battle Floods
Convoy of Hope distributes 380,000 lbs. of relief supplies in three states
Springfield, Mo. – Convoy of Hope is responding to growing needs of disaster victims throughout the Midwest where emotions and heartbreak are rising along with floodwaters. The organization has […]
The New York Times on Wednesday published an admirable article on Assemblies of God trucker chaplain Shannon Rust. But two years ago, TPE interviewed Shannon at the same Pennsylvania turnpike truck stop, as well as Shannon’s father Sam, an AG chaplain who ministers at a truck stop on the other side of the interstate. To […]
Missouri politicians have worked themselves into a lather over a proposal from a Belgian brewery to buy Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. Is this really the most important issue of our time? See Midlife Musings.« Previous Entries