It would be difficult for me to explain just what a blessing it has been to spend time with the Christians here in Dominican Republic, and especially at Iglesia Bautista Internacional. Sadly, I have to make my way home today. But I sure hope I can return in the future. God is at work here and it is a joy to see.
Landry Fields: “I hobbled on one crutch to grip my cell phone from my back pocket. I was a starter for the New York Knicks and then the Toronto Raptors. And then I got injured, and then injured again, and then injured again.”
Mark Galli reminds us “It’s time to turn to Scripture as our final authority.”
This article probably goes on for too long, but the first half or so is a fascinating look at the state of Internet security and what happens with all the data you leave behind.
Lifeway reveals the results of a poll in which they asked Protestant pastors for their view of Pope Francis. More than half say Pope Francis is their brother in Christ. (Note: Here are some comments Al Mohler made on CNN.)
This Day in 1861. “A fast day is observed in the northern United States by order of President Abraham Lincoln.” *
Should we be concerned about the pattern of blood moons that so many people are all worked up about? No. This article tells why.
This powerful little video is meant to convince you not to text while you drive. I’d say it’s quite effective.
Finally, thanks to RPTS for sponsoring the blog this week with an article for pastors called “Dry and Stale?”
Followers of Jesus who count the cost and are willing to take up their crosses after him must have broad shoulders. —Os Guinness