One Ministry – A Family of Programs
In an age when net neutrality is under attack, personal information is anything but personal and identity theft is on the rise, “hacktivism” (the practice of hacking an organization’s data pools in order to draw attention to a social or political issue or gain information to advance such a cause) presents itself as a force for good on the Internet.
Perhaps most famously among the hacktivists is...Read More at Think Christian
One day at a gas service station I noticed a man scratching lottery tickets. I walked past him to the cashier, whom I often see there, to pay for my fuel. “I’ve got a coupon,” I said, “and the cash.”
“Good,” she answered in a kidding way, “and what else have you got?”
“A winning lotto ticket for a million bucks,” I joked loudly enough for the man behind me to overhear.
She laughed, but immediately I felt bad about it. Why would I affirm a foolish way to spend money? On top of that, I may have insulted the man scratching tickets.
As I left, I...Read More at This is Today
As December quickly approaches, many churches are well into finalizing their Christmas plans. Whether you’re finishing up your plans, or getting a late start, here are a few areas to consider.
Traditions matter. Individual churches celebrate Christmas in their own unique ways. Traditions may...Read More at ChurchJuice.reframemedia.com
It seems our world and our culture is in chaos. Morals are subjective; right and wrong is in the eye (or opinion) of the beholder. Our need today is identical to Israel's need at Mt. Sinai. We need to hear, from an authoritative source, both who God is and what he demands of us. Join our Groundwork...Read More at GroundWork
Gratitude is an antidote to discontent. Practicing gratitude means seeing the blessings God has given us rather than complaining about everything we don't have--are we grateful for a glass half full or annoyed for a glass half-empty? Our choice of outlook makes a difference in our overall satisfaction!
We may spend a lot of energy pursuing a problem-free life, but Jesus reminds us in John 16:33,...Read More at Family Fire