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Whatever your political persuasion, Wednesday night marked a historical first in the United States. Never before had a major political party nominated a black person as its candidate. See Midlife Musings.
Yesterday marked the first day of school for many children around the nation. It also became the first day of the teaching careers of my oldest son, Josh, and his wife, Bethany. May all their days be so smooth. See Midlife Musings.
See Snapshots for the latest excerpts, this time from 1927.
Midlife Musings readers who have taken an interest in Dennis Skillicorn’s case will want to know that he won’t be executed on Wednesday after all. He has been granted at least a 30-day extension.
Until Sept. 30, any church that begins or increases its Today’s Pentecostal Evangel weekly bundle subscription by at least 10 copies for the next 12 months will receive a gift copy of the new library edition of A Psalm in Your Heart by Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood.
The gold stamped library edition of Dr. Wood’s […]
Spencer Pratt, villan on MTV’s hit reality series The Hills, recently told US Magazine that “Jesus and I are making the connection.” Read the rest at Simple Plan
It’s both anticipated and dreaded. That moment when you first hand over the keys to the newest driver in your family. Read more at Out There.
Look for a series of vintage articles, beginning with 1919, on the Snapshots blog.
Dennis Skillicorn knows he will die a week from today. He is praying that God will be glorified. See Midlife Musings.
A tribute to Joe Zickafoose — read more at Going Up?
Visit our TPExtra Podcast page for the most recently posted podcast, an interview with Dr. Gary Allen about dealing with conflict in the local church.
This select group of educators in partnership with a wacky initiative are doing their best to legalize more and younger drinking. Read “College Presidents Apparently Covet ‘Party School’ Moniker” at Snapshots.
Isn’t 50 a little old to be prancing around stages in inappropriate attire? When will people my age grow up? See Midlife Musings.
With God, all things are possible — even the Junior Bible Quiz Impossible Award! Read more at Refrigerator Art.
Public opinion pollsters ask all sorts of tangential questions. When it comes to the presidential election, only one query matters. See Midlife Musings.
Approved this week. See Snapshots.
Thanks to a tremendous pace in donations this year, the Key Bearers ministry has surpassed the 7.3 million mark in the number of Today’s Pentecostal Evangels provided to the incarcerated since 1996. Giving for 2008 could easily surpass the record of nearly $177,800 received last year.
The donations to the Key Bearers program reflect the concern by […]