CrossFeedNews.com has been blocked by the Great Firewall of China pretty much since its inception, yet until recently, our podcast feeds have been able to get through thanks to the redirection prov read more »Continue reading →
Last night, I was up until 2 A.M. finishing reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. I knew I wouldn’t be able to sleep until I got to the end of the book, so engaging was the tale, so if I were going to lie awake wondering how it ended, I might as well stay up and finish it.
If you haven’t finished the book, bookmark this and read it later. I’ll be discussing the end at length. If you haven’t read the books or only seen the movies, stop now and go read the books. They’re a great read. read more »
Concordia Publishing House has a new downloadable resource called Jesus’ Place in MySpace. And while MySpace has been replaced among the under 30 set by Facebook, the principles remain the same, and while I haven’t read the ebook (It likely wouldn’t be anything new for me.), it ties in with a ministry opportunity that entered my inbox a couple weeks ago. read more »Continue reading →
In a lot of homes, I see a family Bible. In days past, this Bible contained records of marriages, births, and other important dates and events. Maybe yours still does.
But what condition is your family Bible in? Does it still crack a bit when you open it, even though it’s 100 years old? The idea of putting these important dates in the Bible is to keep them at your fingertips, because the Bible is to be the center of the family, but what if the Bible falls into disuse? What happens to the people whose names are written in the front pages of it? read more »
When tragedies happen like the shooting at Virginia Tech University yesterday, many people often ask, “Where was God? Why did He allow this to happen?”
And ironically, He allowed this tragedy because of His love for us. That doesn’t make sense, does it? Allow me to explain. read more »
Tonight, my wife and I watched In The Womb: Multiples in the National Geographic Channel. Wow. That was so cool. But besides the wonder of human development and modern technology, both medical and computer imagery, I continued to notice a recurring the…Continue reading →
Tonight, I watched a fascinating show on the Discovery Channel: T-Rex: New Science, New Beast. As a dinosaur junkie, I really enjoyed this show, showing how new technology allows us to determine more about these amazing animals, like how fast they coul…Continue reading →