After reading a lot of vitriolic and unproductive conversations online between Christians and Atheists, Nathan’s guidelines on how to talk to atheists about Christianity is a breath of fresh air.
If you’re trying to come up with some technological solutions to reading the bible, you might like to try this post on a custom bible reading plan.
[ kev ] Thirteen Tips for Leading a Congregation in Prayer
I was reading a post about easter services and noticed the postcard that is being letterbox dropped over in Kirribilli by a church there. It’s a simple, striking typographic design, but there was one thing in the fine print that jumped out at me. See if you can spot it. More than half of one …
Some questions (for Christians) to work through the next time something painful and unexpected comes up: Why Me? Why This? Why Now? Why?. Sorry, but if you don’t have a Christian worldview, this will likely seem to be empty rhetoric.
[kel] Another sad chronicle of a high-profile Christian having some anger management problems. It’s hard to get a balanced portrait of what happened, as emotions run high on both sides of the coverage, but a pastor’s wife getting upset about a problem with her first-class air seat already sends off some alarm bells for me.
10 Ways to Encourage a Missionary – if you know some Christians who are spending long stretches overseas, this may be helpful.
A productivity blog might be an odd source for this topic, but I think they might be onto something. It would be worth your while thinking about your own answer to this, before clicking through to find out the biggest sin in your church.
Shared for the post title alone, with, of course, the caveat that this is not my situation. Making the Best of an Ugly Wife
[ Between two worlds ] While the Exploring Religious America Survey of 2002 reports that over 84 percent of Americans consider the Bible to be “very” or “somewhat important” in helping them make decisions in life, recent Gallup polls tell us that only half can name even one of the four Gospels, only a third …