Archive for September, 2009
Walter Breuning has some simple advice to offer from his vantage point in life as the world’s oldest man. Read more at Out There.
Want to reach the boys and girls of your community with the gospel in the month of October? There is no better way than the Oct. 11 Pentecostal Evangel Kids Edition.
For eight consecutive years the Evangel has produced a Kids Edition to help congregations minister to elementary-age children inside and outside the church. In this […]
For the next two months, winners of the Pentecostal Evangel’s online Weekly Drawing will not only receive a prize from the magazine but also a gift from Gospel Publishing House. The winner of the Oct. 1 drawing, for example, will be awarded Theology in a Nutshell by Evangel Editor Ken Horn and a copy of Living […]
Steven Curtis Chapman’s newest CD, “Beauty Will Rise,” is reviewed at Snapshots.
Thoughts on the connections between “safe” cigarettes and “safe” sin. Read more at Out There.
Thanks to generous Key Bearers, the ministry that provides copies of the Pentecostal Evangel to the incarcerated surpassed the 8.2 million mark as of Aug. 31. The Key Bearers program has raised in excess of $1.83 million since its 1996 inception and underwrites the printing and shipping of at least 10,000 Evangels every week to more than 500 correctional institutions […]
Sometimes helping a kid with homework has a larger meaning. Read more at Out There.
Although summer 2009 is drawing to a close, two subscription programs recently introduced by the Pentecostal Evangel will continue to thrive. Scores of eligible readers are now enjoying specially-priced subscriptions to the Evangel.
In late June, the Evangel formally unveiled its military subscription program. For just $14.49 annually, any past or present member of the U.S. military […]
Thanks to all of you who prayed for my wife, Peggy, through her cancer treaments. Please see my blog Snapshots for an update.
Can you believe it’s September already? Maybe now’s a good time to plan how you’re going to make the leap from 2009 to 2010. Read more at Out There.