Archive for July, 2010
Joni Eareckson Tada looks back on 43 years of service to God after a fateful dive into the Chesapeake Bay left her paralyzed. Read more at Out There.
When was the last time you immersed yourself in the most amazing life journals of all? Read more at Out There.
Just weeks after the Pentecostal Evangel unveiled its first visitors issue in nearly a decade, a 24-page Spanish-language Welcome Edition has been released. Like its June 13 English counterpart, the Summer 2010 version of the quarterly Evangelio Pentecostal presents iValue, the multimedia venture of the Assemblies of God that emphasizes the Fellowship’s four core beliefs: Salvation, Divine Healing, Baptism in […]
Just over a year ago the Pentecostal Evangel unveiled a subscription program to salute active and past members of the U.S. military. At approximately the same time, the publication reintroduced its senior citizen discount after a several-year hiatus. Hundreds of readers are taking advantage of the special pricing to have the Evangel mailed directly to them.
The world’s most powerful muscle drives the tongue of the giant palm salamander. But the power of the human tongue is measured on a different scale. Read more at Out There.
A handful of opportunities remain to win a book from Bethany House Publishers through the Pentecostal Evangel Weekly Drawing.
Beginning at 12 a.m. (CDT) on Sunday, July 18, readers can enter to win one of three remaining copies of Love is a Verb: Stories of What Happens When Love Comes Alive. Compiled by The Five Love Languages author Gary Chapman, Love is […]
It may seem like there is plenty of summer left, but if you’re a youngster dreading the start of a new school year, the next several weeks will seem to come and go rather quickly. Especially in those sections of the country where classes resume as early as the second week of August.
So with autumn […]
A long-decried habit in education circles is getting some favorable press. Read more at Out There.
Read the story of “a real sports hero” at Snapshots.