Archive for September, 2008« Previous Entries
The funeral service for TPE art director Matt Key will be this Thursday, Oct. 2, at James River Assembly in Ozark, Missouri. Viewing will begin at noon, with the service at 2:00. Ministers conducting the service will be: Hal Donaldson, Carl Miller, Steve Adams, and Randy Hurst. I will be privileged to conduct the graveside […]
TPE Art Director Matt Key, after suffering a severe boating accident yesterday, has gone into the Lord’s presence. Matt was a real man of God and a consummate family man. Please pray for his family and look for TPE’s tribute to our co-minister and friend.
Matt Key, art director for Today’s Pentecostal Evangel, was in a boating accident this afternoon. With serious head trauma, he was airlifted to Springfield, Mo., for emergency surgery. He has come through surgery but remains unconscious. Family members are visiting with him and people across the country touched by his ministry are praying for his […]
Churches now have until Friday, Oct. 10, to receive a free copy of George O. Wood’s new library edition of A Psalm in Your Heart. The book by the Assemblies of God general superintendent will be sent as a gift to any church that begins or increases its Today’s Pentecostal Evangel weekly bundle subscription with 10 or […]
Sometimes pests can multiply in the strangest places. Like other unwanted stuff in life. Read more at Out There.
Childhood memories and a recent birthday are both reminders of the need for daily faith. Read more at Out There.
The headlines today, as for much of this year, are distressing because of the economy. The FBI is investigating Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, Lehman Brothers and AIG for potential mortgage fraud. But rather than get depressed over high gas prices and lost investments — or hope for economic salvation through a government bailout — God […]
A new season officially starts today. But which one? Depends on where you live. Read more at Out There.
Today’s Pentecostal Evangel received an all-time high 85 salvation reports from readers during the week of Sept. 8-12. The record response pushed the number of conversions reported to the Evangel this year to 1,721.
Should the current pace continue, TPE will surpass the previous high of 2,231 salvation coupons submitted during 2007. Since the Evangel began regularly carrying a response form in 1997, […]
Ray Boltz’s public revelation merits our prayers and further demonstrates our need for the gospel. Read more at Out There.
Answer at Snapshots.
Although the publishing industry is in a state of upheaval, there is a hungry market out there for news of faith. See Midlife Musings.
Why I’ve been out of the blog loop for a couple weeks. At Refrigerator Art.
Out There considers some of life’s little conundrums and their surprising implications.
When I graduated from journalism school in 1981 I couldn’t foresee the state of the industry in 2008. The business is grappling mightily to avoid becoming an outdated profession. See Midlife Musings.
Investors are reacting negatively to today’s business headlines. One Old Testament prophet’s views on his economy resonate today. Read more at Out There.
“Robots Rock!” is the theme for the seventh annual Today’s Pentecostal Evangel Kids’ Edition which is now off the press. Published as the Oct. 12 Evangel, the issue can be ordered by calling Gospel Publishing House at 1-800-641-4310 and requesting item #69-7841 or visiting www.tpe.ag.org for a printable order form.
Featuring the role of robots in everyday life, […]
Read more at Going Up?
Christians gathered across the nation today for prayer and remembrance. See Snapshots for more, including photos.
Seven years have passed. Our nation, within peaceful borders, remembers a day of infamy. We are blessed. Read more at Out There.« Previous Entries