Sunday Psalm and Prayer

Psalm 119:97-104 (The Message) Oh, how I love all you’ve revealed; I reverently ponder it all the day long. Your commands give me an edge on my enemies; they never become obsolete. I’ve even become smarter than my teachers since I’ve pondered and absorbed your counsel. I’ve become wiser than the wise old sages simply […]

Links for the Week

Articles you should read from the week of Oct. 11-16, 2010 my 5 personal advice for spiritual entrepreneurs from Eugene Cho Here¢â‚¬â„¢s five important advice I can give to especially those who are starting something new including churchplants, non-profits, businesses, and anything else you can think of that involves working with other people¢â‚¬¦ The Not-Do […]

Should Christians Drink Coffee?

The past two weeks have brought to light the seemingly nefarious nature of various drinking practices that could be construed as heretically religious. These practices have been described as something in which Christians should not participate. I want to raise another issue that needs to be dealt with in the Christian community. You see, taken […]

Embracing a New Normal

They tell us that unemployment at nine or ten percent is going to be the new norm for a while. High deficits, inflation, a declining dollar, higher gas prices. All of these economic realities may become the new normal. I hurt my back this summer and have herniated disc, I am discovering that pain in […]

Sunday Psalm and Prayer

Psalm 66:1-12 (The Message) All together now¢â‚¬”applause for God! Sing songs to the tune of his glory, set glory to the rhythms of his praise. Say of God, “We’ve never seen anything like him!” When your enemies see you in action, they slink off like scolded dogs. The whole earth falls to its knees¢â‚¬” it […]

Sunday Psalm and Prayer

Psalm 37:1-9 (The Message) Don’t bother your head with braggarts or wish you could succeed like the wicked. In no time they’ll shrivel like grass clippings and wilt like cut flowers in the sun. Get insurance with God and do a good deed, settle down and stick to your last. Keep company with God, get […]

Where Do Good Ideas Come From?

httpvh:// With Where Good Ideas Come From, Steven Johnson pairs the insight of his bestselling Everything Bad is Good for You: How Today’s Popular Culture is Actually Making Us Smarter and the dazzling erudition of The Ghost Map: The Story of London’s Most Terrifying Epidemic–and How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern World and […]