Archive for May, 2009
A Texas inmate picks up a copy of the Pentecostal Evangel and after reading the magazine decides to commit his life to Jesus Christ. It happens several times every day in correctional institutions throughout the United States. But this particular instance is far from typical.
The prisoner is incarcerated in Lubbock, nearly 600 miles from the church that provided the Evangel. And the […]
Turns out, every one of us has about 100 billion biological squatters making their home on our skin. Read more at Out There.
Memorial Day is a reminder that supporting a just cause can call for some difficult personal choices. Read more at Out There.
As a salute and thank you to American military personnel and veterans, Today’s Pentecostal Evangel will formally introduce a special subscription arrangement in its June 28 edition. The Evangel’s military subscription program provides the magazine to current and former members of the U.S. armed forces at a 50 percent savings off the normal one-year rate of $28.99 for 52 issues.
A one-year military subscription […]
The Wahl family is taking more than a year to tour the United States in their recreational vehicle. Read more at Out There.
Following a tradition that began at the 1997 General Council in Indianapolis, Today’s Pentecostal Evangel will present a series of book signings at its booth during this year’s GC in Orlando, Fla. The Evangel hosted signing sessions at the past six General Councils and the 2000 Celebration. For this year’s council a total of nine book signings are scheduled […]
A brief meditation on government surveillance and intrusive advertising. Read more at Out There.
Painted-on hair or glued-fuzz styling. Hands of frozen plastic or “kung fu” grip. The options and accessories seemed endless. Just don’t call them “dolls.” More at Out There.