Massive photo of the Andromeda galaxy / Revitalization at the Brooklyn Navy Yard / Celebrate MIThenge / Learning from the 10 most influential churches in the last 100 years
The church is to become "an actual place of refuge and freedom. It is supposed to be a move from an unjust and uncaring domain into a kingdom of support, justice, and friends."
The discipline of reading the Bible is also a skill that you can develop over time. If you are a new or young believer in Christ, the habits and skills you pick up now will benefit your Bible reading for years to come.
Before Google there was the New York Public Library / Winchester rifle leans against tree for 132 years / The Town without WIFI / Refuting Dan Brown, Newsweek, and the question of canon
The Old Testament is "a story in search of an ending." It leaves us hanging, wanting more.
Category: Old Testament
Charles Spurgeon is one of the most influential pastors in church history, as well as one of the most popular and prolific preachers of the 19th century. Yet all this would be impossible had it not been for Spurgeon’s conversion in 1850, at the age of 15.
Category: Church History
The year in cinematically-pimped religion / Donald Whitney on Bible intake / Is this were Jesus was put on trial? / Training pastors in science
Here's what I learned about telling stories after I watched a farmer cry on Shark Tank.
I read some great books in the last calendar year. These books were practical and greatly helpful in my life and in my ministry. Since these books helped me out so much in 2014, I wanted to share them with you.
Category: Book Reviews
The 73rd attempt at building a canal in Nicaragua / How rocking chairs invaded—and improved—airports / What famous paintings reveal about pollution / The largest—and largely forgotten—collection of relics outside the Vatican