I am heading south today to speak at this year’s G3 Conference. G3 is almost always my first conference of the year and it is one I always look forward to. I hope to see many of you there!
It’s quite a religion that kidnaps medical missionaries in the name of its god.
What an amazing little video. How can there be so much beauty in something so simple and so ordinary?
“Amazon Books is now open for business in Seattle. The floor is hardwood and the shelves and displays are weighed down by beautiful, physical books. It looks and smells like any ordinary bookstore. But make no mistake. It’s anything but.” Could it represent the future of retail?
Mark Altrogge offers up a simple way to spend time with the Lord every day. He structures it for 45 minutes, but that can easily be scaled down (or up).
Here’s how you will die. Maybe.
Joe Carter has a Facebook post that explains why recent revelations about Hillary Clinton’s emails are a very, very big deal.
This Day in 250. 1,766 years ago today, Fabian, bishop of Rome, was martyred. He was the first person martyred under Emperor Decius. *
Here’s wise counsel for pastors (and everyone else).
Google Maps decided to go miniature by setting Street View loose on a miniature world.
What will it profit a man if he silences his adversary and loses that humble spirit in which the Lord delights? —John Newton