Archive for February, 2012
Thoughts on parenting from a dad and a psalmist. Read more at Out There.
An elevator stretching a fourth of the way to the moon? It just might happen. Thoughts on leaving the planet at Out There.
Pentecostal Evangel readers who have yet to enter the special March 1 Weekly Drawing have only until 11:59 p.m. (CST) on Saturday, Feb. 25, to do so. A special prize package marking the sixth anniversary of the Weekly Drawing will be presented to the winner of the March 1 contest.
The package includes a one-year print […]
A simple message of encouragement at a key historic moment in American spaceflight has surprising implications today. Read more at Out There.
One day you might be able to trust a computer to drive your car. Who are you trusting with your life today? More at Out There.
Six years ago the Pentecostal Evangel introduced the Weekly Drawing on its website as a tool to interact with and demonstrate appreciation to online readers. The drawing remains as popular today as upon its debut in March 2006.
While continuing to receive scores of entries every week, the Weekly Drawing’s list of participants from around the […]
Readers wanting to place military and/or senior citizen subscriptions to the Pentecostal Evangel may now do so on the magazine’s website. The ability to securely order the specially priced subscriptions online became a reality late last year.
An Evangel military subscription is only $14.49 annually (52 issues) or $28 for two years (104 issues) mailed to […]
You never know what a fifth-grader might discover in chemistry class. Read more at Out There.
Charles Dickens remains world famous 200 years after his birth — for a body of work one could safely read in Sunday School. More analysis at Out There.
On Sunday the New England Patriots and New York Giants battle in Super Bowl XLVI for supremacy of the National Football League. Although only one team can win pro football’s ultimate prize, there are countless churches across the United States that are all winners. Those are the churches using the Pentecostal Evangel to share the […]
George Beverly Shea’s signature song, “I’d Rather Have Jesus,” poses tough questions for every honest listener. Read more at Out There.
Mind-reading scientists? A medical miracle or the ultimate invasion of privacy? Read more at Out There.