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Powers in the Hood

Throughout our dinner, however, I felt a vague uneasiness. You work for a great organization. You have a solid support network. You just completed a bachelor’s degree preparing you to work with at-risk youth. By all accounts, you are a woman of prayer and zeal and integrity. So what troubled me about our dinner conversation? I think it is this. I don’t believe the church has prepared you for something that inevitably comes with urban ministry: intense spiritual warfare.

Stephen King Has A 'Tendency To Believe In Intelligent Design'

The ABLE project, based in the U.K. is inspired by ecological systems where living organisms or their waste provide food for others in the ecosystem. These concepts have been adapted to industrial waste processing, using grasses and creating artificial soil filtration with waste glass and plastic tubing. They use the project to train disadvantaged youth in horticulture and aquaculture, while at the same time reusing waste and delivering biodiversity and environmental benefits. If you find this idea fascinating, check out which challenges students and designers to embrace natural principles to inspire their work. As Albert Einstein put it, "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better". Wouldn't this planet be such an amazing place if we all tried to spend more time being inspired by nature, rather than exploiting it?

The Briefing 09-30-14

1) Supreme Court maneuverings on same-sex marriage reminder that the political is often personal

Stephen Hawking Says He's An Atheist

Clarification: While the New York Times noted that "Einstein consistently characterized the idea of a personal God who answers prayers as naive, and life after death as wishful thinking," he also "described himself as an 'agnostic' and 'not an atheist.'" One ambiguous quote, from Einstein's response to a letter from a sixth-grade student named Phyllis Wright, reads "Everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the universe - a spirit vastly superior to that of man, and one in the face of which we with our modest powers must feel humble. In this way the pursuit of science leads to a religious feeling of a special sort, which is indeed quite different from the religiosity of someone more naive." --German physicist, created theory of general relativity.

Parenting as a Gen Xer: We’re the first generation of parents in the age of iEverything

My children might never understand why I talk about the river on our morning drives, but I have decided to be gentle with myself and with them on this issue – to be okay not knowing exactly how to handle it. The truth is, my generation of parents are pioneers here, like it or not. We’re the last of the Mohicans. We can try as hard as we want to push back and to carve space into our children’s lives for treehouses and puzzles and Waldorf-style dolls, but in the end, our children will grow up with the whole world at their fingertips, courtesy of a touch screen, and they will have to learn how to find the balance between their cyber and real worlds. It is scary. I don’t think I even believe there is a “right way” to parent with technology. But acknowledging that what we are doing is unprecedented – that no study yet knows exactly what this iChildhood will look like when our children are full grown people – feels like an exhale of sorts.


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Why We Neglect Our Bibles

The Bible is relevant for the life and work of any man. But really it comes down to this. Does he want to see the greatest treasure in the universe? Does he desire to know Jesus and enjoy Jesus more than anything? Does he love people so much that he grieves over the fact that they don’t know Jesus and will be lost forever without him? That is the question. If Jesus is supreme in this person’s life, if the passion is to know him above all, if the passion is to desire him and enjoy him and treasure him more than anything, if the passion is to bring as many people with you as you can into that experience, then you can’t live without the Bible. It is the most relevant book in the world.

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Louisiana Black Republican Lowers Boom on Mary Landrieu

"Since 1996, black unemployment has doubled and the poverty rate for blacks has skyrocketed. Mary hasn't helped us all," says Guillory. "So on November 4, let's send her back home to her father's house or to her mansion in Washington, D.C., or wherever the heck she lives." The Republican pol doesn't mince words as he argues that blacks are "just a vote" to Landrieu and Democrats. Watch the video below:

Elementary School Students Now Being Censored and You Can Help | Jim Daly

Religion in the secular schools is a funny thing. If you let one in, you have to let them all in. The same people pushing for "Bring Your Bible To School Day" would likely be the same ones rallying outside of the B of E offices with torches and pitchforks if the schools were to allow "Bring Your Koran (Book of Shadows, I Ching, Satanic Bible, Torah, etc.) To School Day". As they recently learned in Oklahoma (with the Baphomet statue at the capitol) and Florida (with Satanic Activity Books for school children), beware of unintended consequences.  Meredith Clawson 1 days ago I agree but at the same time we can't control others actions, only our own.

More information about the meeting... - Bobby Burton

At one point during the meeting with Strong, Vincent said, the coach pointed at a picture in his office of his two daughters. He quoted Strong as saying, "This is a constant reminder to me. I just think about my daughters. No means no. Here, if you put your hands on a woman, you are through.''

God's Not Dead: No Need for Evolution: God’s Fingerprints are Everywhere

Sir Fred Hoyle dispels unguided evolution by setting forth the following: “The laws of nuclear physics have been deliberately designed with regard to the consequences they produce inside stars. If this is so, apparently random quirks have become part of a deep-laid scheme.” He called creation a “put up job.” The Lord’s fingerprints are imprinted on every part of the universe, from the tiniest atom to the largest galaxy. I enjoy examining the proof of God’s design and engineering. But in actuality, everything is evidence of God having created time, space, and matter. There is nothing in the world that is not evidence for a Creator. The believer is not merely to defend the faith with probabilities. It is impossible for God not to be the Creator. We have a perfect certainty that God hurled and fashioned this universe together for His glory. We must stand on God’s word and say to the world: God lives, and He is not silent.

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Expositors Summit Pre-Conference

The African-American church has a rich history of faithful preaching from God’s Word. This tradition has seen preachers bring the Word to life in ways that are life-changing for their listeners, in ways that connect God’s story with their story. “Tell Your Story” will focus on that process, the process of getting the text right and getting the text across. How can expositors preach biblically faithful sermons that meaningfully connect within the African-American context? Join pastors Thabiti Anyabwile, H.B. Charles, Jr., Victor Sholar, and Kevin Smith  as they provide instruction and encouragement on this topic.

The reThink Group - Orange Conference 2015

The Orange Conference is a place for your entire age-group ministry to come together to experience something for several days that will affect how you work together, play together, budget together, serve together, and lead together for the next 52 weeks.

Kingdom Opportunities Mean Kingdom Adversaries

I don't know why, but that little phrase stopped me short. I suppose that despite everything I've seen, read, and been told about Christian ministry, I still have this sense that if God is for a thing, there shouldn't be any opposition; if it's a real opportunity for the kingdom, that will automatically mean the field is clear and there are no obstacles or enemies. My assumption seems to be that if God is with me, then everything will go smoothly and all will embrace me.

Seeking Gospel Renewal in Boston and Beyond

Looking forward, my concern is that we penetrate more deeply into the non-churched population, rather than just attract those already interested. I’ve always said that when guys come to do ministry here, I look especially at two issues. Number one: can they actually preach Christ-centered sermons? Some guys are gifted at biblical exposition and public speaking, but their sermons are still not Christ-centered. And number two: Can they speak to skeptics? Some preachers know the gospel but are not culturally agile. In Boston, you need to understand the cultural storyline. If you don’t contextualize the gospel to the secular mindset that characterizes the population here, people won’t even listen. In a sense, all effective preaching here must be apologetic.

The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'

Enns also brings some sparkling insights to the table, and the book is strongest when he is illuminating particular books (rather than telling us what the Bible isn’t). He shows how Kings and Chronicles are narrated in completely different ways, because of the different situations they are addressing. He traces the youngest-son theme through Genesis, and explains its significance in light of the rift between Israel and Judah. He explains what the editor of the Exodus story is up to, links Eden to the exile, and connects three texts about the separating of waters (Creation, Flood, Red Sea). Admittedly, Enns is far from the first scholar to tackle these themes. But he communicates them to a general audience with clarity and verve, and parts of the book are a joy to read.

Ancient human genome from southern Africa throws light on our origins

The skeleton of a man who lived 2,330 years ago in the southernmost tip of Africa tells us about ourselves as humans, and throws some light on our earliest common genetic ancestry. The man's genome was sequenced and shown to be one of the 'earliest diverged' -- oldest in genetic terms -- found to-date in a region where modern humans are believed to have originated roughly 200,000 years ago.

Deconversion: Some Thoughts on Bart Campolo’s Departure from Christianity

Over the course of his ministry career, Bart gradually transitioned from Christianity to secular humanism. As the first Humanist Chaplain at USC, he is committed to developing a community that offers regular inspiration, pastoral care, supportive fellowship and service opportunities to students, faculty, staff members and local families and individuals exploring or actively pursuing secular goodness as a way of life.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: God, Thor, and the New Atheists

Chuck Smith's Daughter Sues Calvary Chapel over Founder's Last Days

Smith and his wife desired that his ministry, The Word For Today (TWFT), continue "under independent leadership so that it could oversee his legacy for many, many years to come," Jillyn Hess-Verdon, Kay Smith's attorney, told KABC-TV. Control of Smith’s intellectual property—his sermons distributed through tapes, videos, books, and other means—was released by CCCM to TWFT in February 1998, according to provided minutes from a CCCM board meeting. (TWFT vice president Paul Smith signed on to the lawsuit with Manderson.)

13 George Whitefield Quotes That Will Challenge Your Spiritual Life

Whoever reads the gospel with a single eye, and sincere intentions, will find, that our blessed Lord took all opportunities of reminding his disciples that His Kingdom was not of this world; that His doctrine was a doctrine of the Cross; and that their professing themselves to be His followers, would call them to a constant state of voluntary suffering and self-denial.

CrossExamined Instructor Academy (CIA) - Cross Examined - Christian Apologetic Ministry | Frank Turek | Christian Apologetics | Christian Apologetics Speakers

[toggle title="What is the CrossExamined Instructor Academy?"] CIA is an intense three-day program where you will learn how to present I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist—which involves four main topics: Truth, God, Miracles and the New Testament—and how to answer questions about those topics in a hostile environment. During those three days, in addition to hearing lectures and participating in discussions, you will be asked to present a portion of I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist and answer questions from several instructors including Frank Turek, Greg Koukl, Richard Howe, and others. [/toggle]

Matt Vespa - David Limbaugh: 'Give The Bible A Chance...See What You Find In Your Own Discovery'

So, it’s written for pretty much everyone. It's primarily targeted though at the non-believer with the idea that if he really looks at this and give it a second look; it’s not hectoring. It’s not judgmental. It doesn’t ridicule. It doesn’t mock; it invites skeptics respectfully to take a look at the Bible. Read it with an open mind and an open heart; it promises the power of conversion. Give it a chance to fulfill that promise. Give the Bible a chance. Don’t believe what other people have said that it’s myth; give it a chance for yourself with an open mind and an open heart and see what you find in your own discovery using your intellect.

How the News Makes Us Dumb

“Well,” you may say, “I don’t care if the news is fundamentally flawed. How else am I supposed to know what is going on? I don’t want to be ignorant about the state of the world.” But you already are. Even if the news is accurate—and Sommerville provides dozens of examples of major papers trumpeting exactly opposite headlines on the same day, sometimes within the same paper—how could it possibly keep us truly informed about two hundred nations and seven billion people? This is one of Sommerville’s most powerful points: “It turns out being informed really means knowing what the people around you are talking about. Our reality is the news, not the world” (43).

Israel PM Netanyahu Says Those Who Support War on ISIS but Not Hamas Don't Realize Similarities; Says Iran Most Dangerous of All

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday before the United Nations in New York that those who support the fight against ISIS but not Palestinian group Hamas don't understand how similar the two Islamic militant groups really are. He also said that Iran and its nuclear capabilities are even more dangerous than ISIS.

The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'

Enns also brings some sparkling insights to the table, and the book is strongest when he is illuminating particular books (rather than telling us what the Bible isn’t). He shows how Kings and Chronicles are narrated in completely different ways, because of the different situations they are addressing. He traces the youngest-son theme through Genesis, and explains its significance in light of the rift between Israel and Judah. He explains what the editor of the Exodus story is up to, links Eden to the exile, and connects three texts about the separating of waters (Creation, Flood, Red Sea). Admittedly, Enns is far from the first scholar to tackle these themes. But he communicates them to a general audience with clarity and verve, and parts of the book are a joy to read.

Jesus, Our Avenger

This world simply doesn’t provide any hope of true restitution or justice for victims who have experienced great sins. But the gospel promises a God who himself is our avenger. He will bring ultimate justice that doesn’t merely seek an eye for an eye but promises true and full restoration of all that was lost. No other news trumps that for those whose “innocent blood” has been spilt.

God Does Exist: Applied Apologetics: The Bible or the Qur’an: There's No Comparison

WORLD | The poverty of pluralism | Janie B. Cheaney | Oct. 4, 2014

Or something like that—when truth retreats, it’s hard to defend whatever is left. Nineteenth-century skeptics like Matthew Arnold saw the difficulty coming. “Ah love, let us be true to one another!” he cried, in his iconic poem “Dover Beach.” When the “sea of faith” withdraws its ringing declarations, all that’s left is personal feeling, which like sand easily falls apart. The poverty of pluralism becomes apparent when rootless young Muslim men find transcendent meaning in slaughtering infidels—a purpose which also happens to feed their violent instincts. It fulfills a need that won’t be satisfied at any bargaining table. It will have to be fought and defeated.

33 The Presumptuousness of Atheism - Christian Research Institute

Moreover, the theist can muster credible reasons for belief in God. For example, one can argue that the contingency of the universe — in light of Big Bang cosmology, the expanding universe, and the second law of thermodynamics (which implies that the universe has been “wound up” and will eventually die a heat death) — demonstrates that the cosmos has not always been here. It could not have popped into existence uncaused, out of absolutely nothing, because we know that whatever begins to exist has a cause. A powerful First Cause like the God of theism plausibly answers the question of the universe’s origin. Also, the fine-tunedness of the universe — with complexly balanced conditions that seem tailored for life — points to the existence of an intelligent Designer.

Husain Abdullah Penalized for Praying in Endzone; NFL Issues Apology

The prayer drew comparisons to former NFL star, and prominent Christian, Tim Tebow, who often dropped to one knee in prayer. He started a trend that became known as "Tebowing," which quickly caught on with fans. The NFL universe was not unaware of the irony that Abdullah was penalized for praying while Tebow never was. But the NFL took quick action to avert any upset with its players.

Second Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Month to Feature Fmr. Ambassador Alan Keyes

For the second consecutive year, conservative groups will be observing a month dedicated to spreading awareness of and support for those who formerly identified as homosexual. Known as ex-gay awareness month, the observance will feature events in Washington, D.C. on Friday and Saturday.

Watch the Trailer for 'Hound of Heaven,' Inspired by a Homeless Addict's 19th Century Poem (Exclusive) - Hollywood Reporter

Nate, credited as N.D. Wilson in his shorts, is no stranger to adapting literature  for film. He is currently writing the screenplay for C.S. Lewis ’ The Great Divorce as well as scripts for two of his own novels. He did say that he benefited from Kurosawa’s sharp eyes on this project. “Having to meet Kurosawa's standards provided the right kind of inspirational pressure for all of us,” he said. “I've turned in a lot of different types of creative work before, but I have to be honest, nothing really measures up to the experience of submitting a rough cut of this film to Hisao Kurosawa. Not a guy I wanted to let down ... and his pride in this film has really made my year.”

Eight Actions In Death

Paul says in 2 Corinthians 1:4 that we’ve been given comfort by God so that we in turn can comfort others. It’ll be very tempting to make your loss all about you, but God calls (and enables) you to be an instrument of comfort in the lives of others. There may be no more significant time for you to represent the joy and comfort you have in the Lord than in the middle of loss. What a strong testimony you can share - both to the church and to the lost - when in the middle of tragedy you say, "Christ is enough for me!"

Bestselling Author Max Lucado's Newest Book Is a Prayer Guide for Spiritual 'Wimps'

He explained in a recent interview with The Christian Post, "Our prayers [at times] can be simply a list of things we want, like going to Santa Claus. Do this, do this, please, please, please. Let me be clear, Jesus teaches us to bring all our concerns and all our requests to Him because we don't have the capacity to carry them on our own. So there is a time in which we say I need help; that's one of the things we do. But we also acknowledge God as our father. We say 'God, you're good,' which is to say we think about the character of God. 'You're forgiving, you're kind, you're good. I need help; I need you to forgive me please, to help me please and they need help.' Then we pray for other people and then we thank Him. We think of all the things that God has done and we do it in Jesus' name."

From Midriffs to Social Media: Parenting Teen Girls in the 21st Century

Ask any parent you know: it’s a relief when our children are assigned a teacher who is already a parent. Yes, a teacher, fresh out of college might have a handle on the most creative and cutting edge teaching philosophies, but when that teacher has navigated his or her own child’s glittering defiance, shattering moments of self-doubt, or other Herculean challenges that make a parent’s heart bend and break, there’s generally much deeper understanding.

A Guide to Having a Healthy Argument

Something my mom always taught me was that you are responsible for your environnement, what happens around you and that you and only you are responsible for your actions and thoughts. You can't control that your spouse never puts his shoes away when he comes home, but you can control how you think about it. If that is a source of conflict for example, thinking "he should put them away" is all well and good, but he doesn't! So that thought is just going to lead to conflict. I'm not sure if what I'm saying makes any sense. Byron Katie wrote a book called loving what is and devised something calledThe Work which I find really helpful in dealing with conflict and many other things in life. Well worth looking into. :)

Marriage Still Matters

Like so much of the new self-centered ideology, however, this ambivalent attitude towards marriage is at odds with reality. Marriage still matters. Historically, marriage – marriage between one man and one woman – has been the foundation of civil society. It is this unique relationship that has produced children, secured the inter-generational transmission of values, provided a solid foundation for the economy and security for women and children, etc. Marriage is and always has been more than the sum of its parts, more than a mere social convention. As traditionally understood, the bonds of marriage are forged not by man, but by God. They are not merely legal, physical, or emotional, they are spiritual and sacred. This understanding of marriage views marriage as a formative institution. It's something that changes you for the better. It requires self-sacrifice and humility. It establishes a new relationship that is more important than either of the two individuals that constitute it. In this sense, it's not about what your marriage can do for you, but what you can do for your marriage.

Awesome Couple Tips $100 For Bad Service

O n September 27, Makenzie and Steven Schultz were getting dinner in a Cedar Rapids sushi restaurant and were served by a desperately overworked waiter. The couple say he was in charge of 12 tables and, although he stayed pleasant and apologetic throughout the night, it took 20 minutes to get them water and 40 minutes for appetizers. Fortunately, the couple had met while waiting tables at a Bubba Gump restaurant, and knew that, sometimes, the night is just not conducive to great service. So they, awesomely, chose to tip their water $100 on a $66 tab , and left him a note saying they'd been in his shoes.

Active Spirituality

Brian Hedges wades into this conversation with his new book,  Active Spirituality: Grace and Effort in the Christian Life . Hedges, lead pastor of Fulkerson Park Baptist Church in Niles, Michigan, chooses a unique approach—the book is written as a series of 31 letters from a pastor to a young believer named Chris. Though we as readers only hear one side of the conversation, this doesn’t hinder the book’s readability. The pastoral letters give us clear information as to what Chris is struggling to understand and obey. It’s obvious he’s trying to find a church, live a holy life, and seek after Christ. Hedges’s pastoral wisdom and insight are lucidly demonstrated in the pages of these letters. 

Renewing Your Mind | Blazing with Glory | September 30, 2014

When kings are crowned and presidents sworn into office, pomp and circumstance are the order of the day.  Yet even the most glorious human regalia is nothing compared to the glory of God that was revealed in the book of Isaiah.  In this lesson, Dr. Sproul describes the unmitigated vision of God the prophet received. 

Innovative Apologetics: Refuting Islam at its Core: Islamic Ground Falters and Collapses

Gifts for New Club Members in September! — Highlands Ministries

During the month of September we are offering special gifts to new club members and those who upgrade their membership . Members of the You Get a Tape & You Get Everything clubs support our ministry and regularly receive our print and audio resources via mail or digital download. Highlands Ministries is able to continue producing resources like these because of the faithful support of our club members. Join us today and start reaping the benefits of membership !

Execution of Iranian Mother Who Killed Rapist Attacker Postponed at Last Minute

A 26-year-old Iranian mother who was set to be executed on Tuesday for killing a man who attempted to rape her has reportedly been granted a last minute reprieve.

The Passion Podcast

If you love the Passion CDs; or even if you just love God--you have got to check out this great podcast! Live from the Passion Tour, you get a chance to check in with all your favs: Chris Tomlin, David Crowder, and all the rest! I'm hoping for a "sit down chat" with Christy Nockels myself... Tune won't be sorry!

She Thought She Was Going Shopping, But Her Husband Gave Her the Beautiful Surprise of a Lifetime

Jeff and Esther got married 10 years ago. When they got married, Jeff didn't get to give his wife the "perfect" wedding she always dreamed about due to their financial situation. But who ever said you couldn't do it when you were ready in the future?

Kingdom Opportunities Mean Kingdom Adversaries

I don't know why, but that little phrase stopped me short. I suppose that despite everything I've seen, read, and been told about Christian ministry, I still have this sense that if God is for a thing, there shouldn't be any opposition; if it's a real opportunity for the kingdom, that will automatically mean the field is clear and there are no obstacles or enemies. My assumption seems to be that if God is with me, then everything will go smoothly and all will embrace me.

51 9 Things You Should Know About Atheism
52 New AP US History Curriculum Will Make Students Want To 'Sign Up For ISIS,' Ben Carson Jokes
53 Chuck Smith Jr Not Supporting Sister's Lawsuit Against Calvary Chapel Involving 'Papa Chuck'
54 Pastor Kong Hee Trial: Church Finance Manager Breaks Down Under Questioning
55 Innovative Apologetics: Relativism and Truth: All Things Are not Relative
56 Unique Modern Day Factors in Depression | HeadHeartHand Blog
57 Four Essentials of Science Apologetics
58 Uphold the Cause of the Poor and the Oppressed
61 This Tiny Little Dancer Found The Most Adorable Use for a Phone Ever – Endless Smiling Guaranteed!
62 Blake Giunta and Justin Schieber debate Christian theism vs naturalism
63 William Lane Craig debates Peter Atkins: Does God Exist?
64 A Man Given a Few Weeks To Live Thought He Would Miss Christmas and a Wedding – Until This Happened!
65 WORLD | First Ebola case diagnosed in the U.S. | Leigh Jones | Sept. 30, 2014
66 Had sex, dumped Jesus: The spiritual perils of immorality - Two Cities
68 What Is the Highest Good?
69 The Romantic Rationalist
70 WORLD | Character counts in education reform circles | Russ Pulliam | Sept. 30, 2014
72 Acts 17: The Moral Argument for God's Existence
73 No, Caffeine-Infused Underwear Will Not Help You Lose Weight
74 Pro-Russian Rebels Kill 12 in Ukraine Despite Ceasefire
75 Atheist Groups Threaten Lawsuit Against Georgia High School Over Bible Verses on Football Statue
76 2 Blind Sisters See the World for the Very First Time (VIDEO)
77 The Most Unique Animal Best Friend Relationship You Will Ever See (VIDEO)
78 WORLD | National pediatrics group urges birth control for teens | Rachel Lynn Aldrich | Sept. 30, 2014
79 Religious Freedom Summit
80 WORLD | Say goodbye to Saturday morning cartoons | Caroline Leal | Sept. 30, 2014
81 WORLD | Sandy Hook commission calls for homeschool oversight | Andrew Branch | Sept. 30, 2014
82 Can a woman be saved through childbearing? - Christian Research Institute
83 Netflix is Producing Its First Feature-Length Film
84 'Every Single Christian Wants to Leave' Iraq, Says Vicar of Baghdad
85 Loving Muslims Enough to Reach Out, Globally and Locally
87 Office 365 & Google Docs free for non-profit ministries
88 Jesus On Trial
89 Kingdom and Cross: What God Has Joined Together, Let Not Man Separate
90 An Elders' Checklist | HeadHeartHand Blog
91 Stories too Small to Satisfy
92 A Father's Sacrifice