I hate it that I wrote this post almost two years ago and that it continues to be relevant for too many people today. I love it that the gospel is still a powerful balm to the soul of the distressed, betrayed, and hurting. For the post see: When Darkness Seems to Hide His Face.
Tuesday is for Preaching A while back I wrote a post that observed that many church planters seem to be spending more time trying to be funny than they are in actually thinking hard about the meaning of the text. It raised the whole issue of the purpose of illustrations. With that in mind, here … More “Fiction is the Art of Telling the Truth by Lying”
Monday is for Discussion In those rare instances when Christians do actually share their faith, it is only with people who they have already deemed “safe.” Christians in this generation are wimps. But that’s just my opinion. What do you think? and what are some solutions?
Don’t miss this. Here’s an excerpt from the post: To the left of the tunnel and closer to the camera you will see a building with three convex roof structures in an offset feature. In front of that building also in the foreground, you will see a red tiled roof. The building with the three … More Dramatic and Personal Tsunami Video
Weekend Musings Here’s another video of the tsunami and the town that I visited. Some 20,000 people lived below the camera level here, more than 10,000 of them were lost. When the video begins, you will see a car tunnel almost right in the center of the picture. At about a minute into the video … More Dramatic and Personal Tsunami Video
No new links this week. But here is a collection you may have missed. Weekend Links to Enliven Your Morning, Energize Your Conversations and Enlighten Your Soul.
They called for an interview and this is what they put out. Pray for a wide distribution. http://www.crossbooks.com/Resources/Newsletter/Fall2012/MartySchoenleberJr.aspx May the Lord of glory be pleased to use it for his kingdom. Tell a friend to pick up the Kindle or Nook version and start a conversation over the content.
Friday is for Heart Songs This is one of the areas I visited in the Tsunami zone. the extent of the devastation is hard to comprehend. The video below is shot by a young boy whose overwhelmed mother can be heard crying out throughout parts of the video. The long horizontal white building on the … More Out of Disaster and Loss, Hope and Transformation in Japan
I’m in Japan speaking at a Bible conference but you can still order my book in any format you want from … The Book is Available for Purchase on Amazon, Amazon Kindle, CrossBook Publishers, and ….
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