A Classic FlashMob Surprise That Catches Everyone Off Guard!
While having lunch one day, these people got a surprise they were never expecting. A classic flash mob broke out and everyone in the area got involved!
A Touching Story About A Young Boy's Life Through Foster Care Brings an Anchorwoman to Tears
A few years back, Gloria Campos of WFAA featured a young boy by the name of Ke'onte on her show. She let him share his life story about his life in foster care. She did this more than once, and it eventually led to something positive in Ke'onte's life.
2 Strangers Help Keep a Man Keep His Wife's Memory Alive – Perfect for Valentine's Day!
82-year-old Bud Caldwell lost his wife Betty in 2013 and bought a park bench in her honor. Each day in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, he visits the bench to chat with her an leave her two gifts. Unfortunately, snow has covered the path to the bench, and it has been hard to visit. Until two heroes saved his day!
Out of the NFL, Tebow Builds His Lasting Legacy
Tebow’s dream of returning to the NFL is unlikely to materialize, I know. But his generosity in the name of Jesus Christ will be remembered forever.
Elizabeth Smart Shares How The Power of Faith Helped Her Escape and Live Peacefully Today
This beautiful woman, Elizabeth Smart, was kidnapped and lived through something truly horrifying. At a young age she was kidnapped by a man for nine months before being rescued. Her faith and love for God got her through the scariest moment of her life.
Hookers for Jesus Founder on Women's Fantasy: Your Ultimate Romantic Interest Is Jesus Christ
For most of her life, former stripper and prostitute Annie Lobert sought a man to swoop into her life and rescue her from the hardships of growing up in a broken home, just like in the fairy tales. Now the founder of Hookers for Jesus, a ministry for sex workers, Lobert says too many women are placing their hopes for love and security in the wrong place.
This Doctor Risks His Life for Strangers in His Old Neighborhood – He Even Makes House Calls!
Each and every night after his job at the hospital, Dr. Fred Richardson returns to the tough streets where he grew up. Not to look around, but to help those people who are too sick to make a trip to the doctor. He does this from the goodness of his heart. Fred does not charge these patients any money.
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As an image-bearer of God, Adam was required to obey the stipulations of God’s covenant in order to achieve righteousness and everlasting life. Disobedience to the covenant would result in death. What was the effect of Adam’s sin on the rest of mankind? Was the image of God destroyed during the Fall? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul teaches us what Adam lost in the creation covenant, and what Christ gained for us in the new covenant.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day by Fighting for Purity (and Not Watching Fifty Shades of Grey)
Do you know what this passage means? It means that if you go to see Fifty Shades of Grey you might just go to hell. Seriously. If that sounds harsh then consider what Jesus is saying. His point is that heaven and hell are on the line in our fight against lust. He is saying that a true follower of his eventually is on the winning side of lust. This reality does not require perfection. We all stumble and fall in our fight against purity. What it does mean is that—over time—a Christian is characterized by an aggressive fight against lust rather than repeated giving in to lust. It means that if you’re repeatedly giving yourself over to lust you are in trouble. With all my heart I do not want this for you. Please, if you’re trying to find a way to see Fifty Shades then now is the time to fight. Consider that your eternal destiny is on the line in whether you take up this fight.
Truthbomb Apologetics: Answering Common Objections to Hell
Will God send me to hell just because I don't believe in Jesus? - This is best answered with a question: Do people die just because they don't go to the doctor? No, they die because they have a disease. Likewise, you don't go to hell merely because you don't trust in Jesus; you go to hell because you've sinned. Since God is perfectly just, He cannot allow sin to go unpunished. Jesus paid for everyone's sins, but not everyone wants to be forgiven. Hence, hell is necessary. But it's not necessary for you. Just like you may be able to prevent physical death by going to a human physician, you can certainly prevent eternal death by going to the Great Physician- Jesus. This offer of forgiveness is open to everyone, which means God "sends" you where you've chosen to go.
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Will the Real Islam Please Stand Up?, with Dr. David Wood - Christian Research Institute
On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes Dr. David Wood to discuss authentic Islam in light of the teachings of the Qur’an as opposed to the warmer, kinder view of Islam presented by politicians and the media. Despite the very real fact that there are multitudes of peaceful Muslims, David Wood points out that Islam means submission, submission to the teachings of Allah and his prophet Muhammad. According to many passages of the Qur’an, and under certain circumstances, the brutality of ISIS is exactly what we should expect.
Construction Begins on Hobby Lobby President's $400 Million Museum of the Bible Near US Capitol
WASHINGTON — Construction has officially begun on the Museum of the Bible, a longtime project spearheaded by Hobby Lobby President Steve Green, which is scheduled to open in Washington, D.C. in 2017.
Punting on Church
Now look, I watched the game and still can’t figure why they didn’t run the ball on that last play. Churches accommodating football once a year might not be a big deal. But it is worth asking: which has garnered more of our personal commitment and our attention this year: our church or our team?
When the Not-Yet Married Meet: Dating to Display Jesus
So says the media. Girls, stop expecting guys to make any formal attempt at winning your affections. Don’t sit around waiting for a boy to make you a priority, communicate his intentions, or even call you on the phone. Exclusivity and intentionality are ancient rituals, things of the past, and misplaced hopes.
Military says it can’t guarantee voters’ security amid Boko Haram
attacks, but skeptics blame politics…
3 Female Ghosts that Haunt the Church
If you’re a male staff member at a church, I ask you to consider a ghost story of sorts. I don’t think for a minute that you hate women. I know there are valid reasons to take a measured approach to how you interact with us in ministry settings. I absolutely want you to be wise, but I don’t want you to be haunted. Three female ghosts haunt most churches, and I want you to recognize them so you can banish them from yours.
Public university spends $16K on campaign to warn students to watch what they say
Dozens of posters plastered across the University of Michigan caution students not to say things that might hurt others’ feelings, part of a new “Inclusive Language Campaign” at the state’s flagship public university that cost $16,000 to implement.
2015 The Gospel Coalition National Conference April 13-15, Orlando FL
TGC's 2015 National Conference, Coming Home: New Heaven and New Earth, seeks to stir longing for our ultimate home in heaven as we explore the sweep of redemption from creation to consummation, Genesis to Revelation. Our plenary speakers will unfold the Bible's teaching on eschatology, a topic of burning importance today. Along with these nine plenary sessions we've planned more than 50 workshops and focus gatherings led by speakers addressing topics including evangelism, homosexuality, student ministry, sexual abuse, faith and work, and much more. Join us as we worship God together in word and song with joyful hope that Jesus is returning soon. We hope you can join us April 13–15 in Orlando, Florida
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Single Ladies, Don't Settle for 'Grey'
2. We feel left out. We're single. We're committed to sexual purity (or know we should be). We signed our pledges and donned our purity rings, but God hasn't made good on His end of the bargain. Where's our hot (and necessarily godly) husband? Where's our fairytale? The alternative while we not-so-patiently wait is to escape using what is basically female porn. No, it's not clicking on links and viewing explicit images, though there's no guarantee what the full film will depict (studio decision-makers refuse to spill the beans). At the very least, it sets up an idolatrous substitute for real intimacy, especially on a sexual level. Like any of us need help doing that.
Rejecting the Industrialized Sex of ‘50 Shades of Grey’
I was reminded of Berry’s insight because of the release of the new film, 50 Shades of Grey , which epitomizes and promotes this view of industrialized sex. Too much has already been written about the stupidity and vulgarity of the novel, so I won’t waste time rehashing why no Christian should engage with that pornography. Instead, just as Berry offers advice on how to recover the pleasures of eating from consumerism, I want to offer a few modest suggestions for how Christians can recover sex from industrialization:
The Real Abuse at the Heart of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
You are the ipotomy of the shallow minded people I spoke of above. Have you throughly read these books and searched the meaning in them ? I can not comment on the abuse you speak of in third book I have just recently started in on the second book, as stated above. May I bring to your attention that this actually comes down to preference in this context. Ana is consenting to what she endures. I do not encourage violence and yes I can see how someone might view this as demeaning if they were subject to abuse. I do not mean to diminish or make light of an abuse victims feelings. This book isn't to blame though they are angry at the people whom take pleasure from BDSM. Our society became engrossed in this book. Giving it life and willing it onto the big screen. You should not chastised the readers or the fans, just as I do not mean to chastise you if you feel I have. I am very open minded I see both sides of the argument but what I can not comprehend is your out right way of demeaning the people who can take this book as just literature. Just as I don't think all bloggers are sad people who sit at home and are scared to, in person, share their feelings.
Parents are unable to give their children what they need most—new hearts that trust in Christ for forgiveness of sins. All belief is a work of God alone. But parents must not “hinder” their children from coming to Christ, as Jesus’ disciples sought to hinder mothers and fathers from bringing small children to Him (Mark 10:13–16). On the contrary, they must do everything in their power to “bring” their children to the Savior, which means raising their sons and daughters in the nurture and admonition of the Lord (Eph. 6:4).
Crusaders and appeasers
This passivity — strategic, syntactical, ideological — is more than just a reaction to the perceived overreach of the Bush years. Or a fear of failure. Or bowing to the domestic left. It is, above all, rooted in Obama’s deep belief that we — America, Christians, the West — lack the moral authority to engage, to project, i.e., to lead.
Why Heaven Will Never Be Boring
First, it pummels any idea of heaven becoming boring, static, or all-too-familiar. How can it? If your ability to enjoy God and his gifts are always expanding, your perception of heaven will always be fuller, deeper, richer. You will never look on the same reality twice without some new way in which to enjoy it. You will look at each day through some new lens, where you see more clearly, understand more fully, and feel more deeply the truest joy—ever-increasing, ever-full joy for all eternity.
No Greater Love: Putting the Life of Her Unborn Baby First, Mother Dies After Giving Birth
Suzanne Mazzola, a special education teacher from Tamarac, Florida, was told during her pregnancy that giving birth to her son could cost her her life. She could have decided to have an abortion — after all, most people believe abortion is permissible in cases when the pregnancy threatens the mother’s life.
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No One is Born Gay (or Straight): Here Are 5 Reasons Why
A friend of mine read this and got very upset, as though it were an attack on gays and those that feel they were born gay, even suggesting that the article legitimized the ex-gay therapy. I read the article in full this round as well as some comments and I do not see where it explicitly validates ex-gay therapy. On the topic of whether gay is wrong or not, she is being objective in her analysis and saying just because xyz therapy does not work for 99% of people does not mean that xyz is not changeable under other circumstances. xyz can be changeable, but therapy itself may not be how that’s done, nor is she suggesting that it should be done. It may have to be a certain set of circumstances (as I imagine we have all heard examples of but may not have experienced ourselves). I think for someone to say that peoples’ sexuality never changes one way or another is a discredit to the incredible power that the human brain has. We may be designed (born) to have the capacity for heterosexual or homosexuality, and it may be as the result of our experiences as infants or adults, or hormonal responses to our environment, or whatever.
Evangelism on the Rocks
The word stirs up memories of a bygone era — some call it “Christendom” — where rehearsed presentations, awkward door-to-door witnessing, a steady flow of tracts, and conversions in revival-like settings were commonplace. As American culture becomes increasingly fragmented and secularized, these forms of evangelism create an impediment to the gospel.
As budget battle rages, UW-Madison scholar calls out his liberal bosses
Take the case of Dean Berquam, for example. Since the outbreak of the national hysteria over the Ferguson case, Dean Berquam has been particularly maudlin, attending politically charged rallies with the Multicultural Students Association and assuring students, in emotionally-charged tones, that black lives do, in fact, matter. This writer pointed out to Dean Berquam in an e-mail, however, that far more black lives are lost at the local Planned Parenthood than anywhere else in Madison. This writer also asked Dean Berquam if she planned to attend the peaceful vigil outside of Planned Parenthood in order to affirm that black lives do, indeed, matter. As of this writing, Dean Berquam did not respond to this query. It remains unknown why, for Dean Berquam, black lives seem to matter only when she is leading diversity sessions or commiserating with the Multicultural Students Association, but not when black babies are having their craniums punctured and their cerebellums vacuumed out.
Does the Bible Tell Christians to Judge Not?
We live in a world that increasingly strives to (supposedly) promote the idea of tolerance, but actually becomes intolerant of Christian absolutes as it does so. Whether it involves religion, behavior, or human sexuality, there is a growing anti-Christian sentiment in America and other Western nations. Ultimately, built into this “tolerance” is the concept that truth is determined by each individual, not by God. This has led many people to conclude that making judgments on anyone (especially coming from Christians) is wrong because the Bible says ” judge not ” ( Matthew 7:1 ). Interestingly enough, those who reject the notion of God or the credibility of the Bible often attempt to use God’s Word (e.g., by quoting verses out of context) to excuse their actions when they are presented with the gospel and the plight of sinners for rejecting it.
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02. Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?
Dr. Andy Bannister ( http://bit.ly/andybannister ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Islam and Christianity: Is it the same God?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "Answering Islam: The Crescent in Light of the Cross" by Norman Geisler and Abdul Saleeb ( http://bit.ly/13zP15K ). This video is episode 2 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": http://bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: http://www.rzim.ca/
Why Did God Create People He Knew Would Reject Him?
For more information and resources visit: http://www.reasonablefaith.org On July 27th & 28th, 2012, an On Guard Christian Apologetics conference was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma by the Reasonable Faith Tulsa chapter ( http://reasonablefaithtulsa.org/ ). The conference was named after Dr. William Lane Craig's new training manual in Christian apologetics entitled, On Guard ( http://www.reasonablefaith.org/on-gua... ), and featured Dr. Craig, and other first rate Christian scholars. At the conference, Dr. Craig spoke on the Problem of Evil and Suffering, and engaged in a lengthy question and answer time with the audience. In this video, Dr Craig answers the question, "Why did God create people He knew would reject Him?" We welcome your comments in the Reasonable Faith forums: http://www.reasonablefaith.org/forums/ Be sure to also visit Reasonable Faith's other channel: http://www.youtube.com/drcraigvideos Follow Reasonable Faith On Twitter: http://twitter.com/rfupdates Add Reasonable Faith On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/reasonablefai...
The Most Glorious Cure
Elliott fought the good fight. He finished the race. The last time I spoke to him–a few days before he passed away–he talked about caring for his dear wife and longing for heaven. I asked him what song we could sing. He said, “In Christ Alone.” Very fitting. That’s how he lived, and that was the comfort in which he died.
Biblical Reasons to Doubt the Creation Days Were 24-Hour Periods
Not one of the ancient interpretive translations of the Hebrew text (some of which were wildly interpretive) offer anything other than “day one/first day” for the text of Genesis 1:5. This is true of the Greek Septuagint, Latin Vulgate, Syriac Peshitta, Paris Aramaic Targum Fragment, Vatican Targum Fragment, Nürnberg Targum Fragment, Neofiti Targum, Pseudo-Jonathan Targum and Targum Onkelos. Historical sources Josephus in Antiquities, 1:27–29 we read, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. The earth had not come into sight, but was hidden in thick darkness, and a breath from above sped over it, when God commanded that there should be light. It came, and, surveying the whole of matter, he divided the light from the darkness, calling the latter night and the former day, and naming morning and evening the dawn of the light and its cessation. This then should be the first day, but Moses spoke of it as ‘one’ day; I could explain why he did so now, but having promised to render an account of the causes of everything in a special work, I defer till then the explanation of this point also.
I was pleased to hear Dr.Sproul Jr. and really impressed by his message. I really look for more Christians to proclaim such depth of the Word and call us to live very devoted and dedicated lives as saints and servants of the most high. I waited all week to see if I would get more finances while the series was being offered, I am sad to say I did not get more than I gave, but I really did not want this message to slip by. Thanks so much. The heart behind the message is the LORD's.stay strong.
Counsel the Word
Parents often feel anything but confident. They know they are shaping lives, but feel they are only learning as they go. They also know the Bible is supposed to guide them, but feel uncertain how a handful of verses help them with this years-long task. The temptation is to be intimidated by both the importance and the complexity of the task.
In Praise of Slow Opinions
But the former part is what disturbs me: hastily-made arguments. In my reading, I've seen a few of these—arguments that fall prey to what seem like obvious fallacies. For instance, I've seen arguments against seeing the movies that posture as contrarian because “everyone is saying” that people, even Christians, ought to see the film (I've yet to see someone suggest that), or that “everyone thinks it is fine” (demonstrably untrue, across the ideological spectrum), or “does nobody see the problem here” (actually lots of people do, from religious folks to feminists to people who like carefully-made books and movies).
Data-storage for eternity, stored in the form of DNA
Two years ago, researchers demonstrated that data could be saved and reread in the form of DNA. In that case, the time period between 'writing' the information -- the synthesis of the corresponding coding sequence of the DNA -- and the reading, or sequencing, of the data was very short. But even a short period of time presents a problem in terms of the margin of error, as mistakes occur in the writing and reading of the DNA. Over the longer term, DNA can change significantly as it reacts chemically with the environment, thus presenting an obstacle to long-term storage. However, genetic material found in fossilised bones several hundreds of thousands of years old can be isolated and analysed as it has been encapsulated and protected. "Similar to these bones, we wanted to protect the information-bearing DNA with a synthetic 'fossil' shell," explains Grass.
Oklahoma Panel OKs Bill to Ban Dismemberment Abortions Tearing Babies Limb From Limb
In his dissent to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2000 Stenberg v. Carhart decision, Justice Kennedy observed that in D&E dismemberment abortions, “The fetus, in many cases, dies just as a human adult or child would: It bleeds to death as it is torn limb from limb. The fetus can be alive at the beginning of the dismemberment process and can survive for a time while its limbs are being torn off.” Justice Kennedy added in the Court’s 2007 opinion, Gonzales v. Carhart, which upheld the ban on partial-birth abortion, that D&E abortions are “laden with the power to devalue human life…”
Hard work of fixing the Deadbeat State begins with confronting unions | WashingtonExaminer.com
Naturally, we say this in jest. But there are several reasons to pity Rauner as the victim of cruel and unusual punishment. Thanks to years of poor and corrupt rule and an equally corrupt judicial branch, Illinois has become nearly ungovernable. Its revenues are now insufficient to cover its operating expenses, and so the state was forced last year to pay $7 billion in IOUs instead of cash to its vendors. Yet Illinois tax rates — ratcheted up in 2011 in a futile effort to end the state's status as a deadbeat — are already so high that businesses are fleeing to neighboring Indiana and Wisconsin.
03. Isn't faith just for the stupid and gullible?
Nathan Betts ( http://bit.ly/nathanbetts ) of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries answers the question "Isn't faith just for the stupid and gullible?". Want to read more widely on this question? Check out "The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails" by Randal Rauser ( http://bit.ly/1v5zSk9 ). This video is episode 3 of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series, in which we take 50 of the most common questions and objections about Christianity and attempt to give short, succinct answers to each of them. In such short videos, we realise we can only often scratch the surface—nevertheless, we hope to give you lots of food for thought. Do feel free to download each video, circulate it to friends, or share it on social media. More about "Short Answers to Tough Questions": http://bit.ly/sabqvideo More about RZIM Canada: http://www.rzim.ca/
Ken Ham Says Iceland's Construction of Norse Gods Temple Is Proof of 'Post-Christian' Europe; Warns America Is Heading Down Same Path
Answers in Genesis President and CEO Ken Ham has said the news that Iceland is building its first temple to the Norse gods since the Vikings era is proof that Europe is now in a "post-Christian" state. He added that the United States is following the same path.
Drawing Closer to God and Each Other (Part 2 of 2)
Gary: An intimate marriage requires an intentional pursuit of each other. Many couples would never think of being reckless with their money. You know, they're saving up. They're stacking dollar bill after dollar bill. Now that can be a responsible thing to do. But they're being reckless with their relationship. They think their marriage can exist on an infatuation that was there 15 years ago, while they never take time to date. They never take time to get away. They never take time to be together. They don't build intimacy apart from their kids, keeping the house running, setting up a home. And I call that reckless with their relation[ship]. A relationship has to be fed. Here's the analogy I use, at the start of A Lifelong Love .
What a High School Hockey Team Did to Make Their Super Fan’s Dream Come True
Sometimes it’s just nice to read about good people doing good things, and that’s exactly what the story of Tim Michaels is about. Over the past five years, the 31-year-old has become the undisputed “super fan” of the hockey team at Breck School, a small college-preparatory academy in Golden Valley, Minnesota. But how did that come to be?
TGC Releases New Curriculum on Prayer
at The Gospel Coalition, is both duty and privilege, both grueling and glorious. Every follower of King Jesus is summoned to enroll in the school of prayer. In a brand-new group study curriculum,
‘Fifty Shades’ film distorts love, Ohio religious leaders say
“My stance is empowering women, not overpowering women,” said Stevens, who directs We Are Cherished Ohio, a group that takes the Christian message to women who work in the sex industry.
What Google Searches Tell Us about Sex
Pop American culture glamorizes the ecstatic possibilities of most sexual encounters (with the exception, so I am told, of Lena Dunham’s Girls), whether that sex happens as a one-night stand or in the midst of a committed relationship. Even evangelical culture can lead Christians to think the first sexual experience will be physically ecstatic, as long as it doesn’t happen until the wedding night. But most of the popular conversation doesn’t revolve around the kind of sex described by the questions people are asking on Google about body odors and the size of various body parts. Most of the popular conversation doesn’t revolve around the fact that although sex is both thrilling and ecstatic—that drama emerges only as two ordinary, vulnerable bodies come together and practice giving to and receiving from one another over time.
Inerrancy and Evangelical Syncretism
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Many areas of syncretism exist even within gospel preaching churches that avoid any "difficult scriptures" or those scriptures that people do not want to hear about. Examples are numerous! The one that is the most destructive to Church longevity and harmony is the very one these Church authorities deem as divisive namely Church discipline (Matt. 18:15-17, Gal. 6:1-2) of which JESUS commanded us to utilize and what HE is utilizing in Revelation chapters 2-3. The other one that seems so innocuous to so many is the importance and HIS Divinely beloved nation of Israel, not the so-called Palestinians. If Israel is of no importance to GOD and is "folded-in or replaced" by the Church then GOD is a liar to them. And as well to the Church if a "New Covenant" is all that needs to be created by GOD to negate his forever promises such as what was so emphatically covenanted to Israel in GOD's Scriptures.
Marriage is under siege in our time, and Christian unions are not going unscathed. Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin believes that love letters written by Christian husbands and wives of the past can help strengthen the ties that bind believing spouses today. In this anthology, he brings together letters from one or both parties in twelve significant relationships from church history. The contents range from courtship communications to proposals of marriage to final words before dying, but most have to do with the ups and downs of married life. In the end, The Christian Lover is a celebration of marriage, an intimate window into the thoughts of men and women who were deeply in love with both God and one another.
Southern Seminary launches 'Global Campus'
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Southern Seminary launches 'Global Campus'
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) -- Southern Baptist Theological Seminary has launched its new Global Campus for students serving in ministry around the world to complete a master of divinity degree through online and other distance learning options. R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, discusses the school's new Global Campus in a video available at www.
“All Christians believe in the Trinity, but most Christians, if we’re honest, don’t like to think about the Trinity that much. The doctrine seems abstract, dry, and distant from everyday life. This book will change that for you. Joe Thorn points us to the joy of a God who is Father, Son, and Spirit, showing us how this truth should prompt us to worship, pray, and trust. He applies this great doctrine without putting us out of its mystery. This book can better equip you to praise the God from whom all blessings flow.”
—Russell D. Moore , President, The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission; author, Tempted and Tried
Preachers' Daughters Exclusive: Lolly White Talks Issues With 'Fake' Preachers' Daughters
Lolly White may have stuck out like a sore thumb on Lifetime's "Preachers' Daughters" this season when she refused to participate in some missions work, asked her housemates to clean and some suggested she be kicked out of their shared house, but the outspoken pastor's daughter insisted the experience changed her for the better.