Monday, April 27, 2009

A Glaring Mistake

Everyone makes mistakes once in a while. Only some mistakes are seen my millions of people.

Check out this story.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Free Heaven (Book That Is)

Bible Study Magazine and Eternal Perspective Ministries are giving away 40 signed copies of Randy Alcorn’s book, Heaven. Not only that, but they're also giving away five subscriptions to Bible Study Magazine and a copy of their Bible Study Library software! Enter to win on the Bible Study Magazine Randy Alcorn page, then take a look at all the cool tools they have to take your Bible study to the next level!

And BTW, if you're searching for great Bible study software, there's nothing like Logos. I absolutely love it!

Monday, April 20, 2009

Links to the Intergoogle

This blog is sorely lacking my attention lately. Church responsibilities and teaching New Testament Introduction at Sterling College is consuming all my energies at the moment. However, here are a few good morsels...

Leadership guru John Maxwell has started a blog.

In a journal article, "A Biblical Perspective on Interracial Marriage," J. Daniel Hays rightly argues, "interracial marriage is strongly affirmed in Scripture. Marrying unbelievers, on the other hand, is strongly prohibited."

Ten lessons from Great Christian minds.
This you have to read. Outstanding.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Lego Jesus

It's either a very creative project to engage children, or, another silly depiction...

A Lego Jesus statue.

Really. And, it's almost six feet tall.

It's right here for you to see.

Saturday, April 11, 2009

Photos of the Spot of Easter

This weekend the Church meditates on the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus our Savior.

You know the story, but where in Jerusalem did it take place?

Some suggest the Garden Tomb, a place established in the late 1800's.

But the more likely place is the Church of the Holy Sepulcher.

Check out the very nice photos by Holy Land Photos of the Holy Sepulcher Church, the Garden Tomb, and what the tomb of Jesus likely looked like.

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

New Sub Shop at Sterling

The business students at Sterling College, where I teach Old Testament and New Testament Introduction classes, opened up a Quiznos sub shop this week.

KSN has the story and video.

The business students will learn first hand the ins and outs and the highs and lows of running their own small business.

As the manager of School Kids Records in Athens, Ohio for many years, I can testify that running a business is filled with lots of rewards and challenges.