I know people think in terms of ”spring cleaning” but what about some fall cleaning. Here’s one person who urges you to get rid of ten things a week.
Archive for October 9th, 2010
What happens when you smash a Bible together with a journal? You get a Journible (get it?). What’s a Journible? Well, essentially it’s a Bible study tool. It’s a book, rather like a journal, with a place to write a Scripture text on the right leaf and a place to write notes and observations on the left.
I’m a bit intrigued by this, especially as I am considering meditating on the Proverbs in my personal daily Bible reading.
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In Not Even a Hint, Josh Harris has a helpful section on the lies the world system offers about sexual temptation and the truth Scripture reveals about those lies. I turned his principles into a chart that I find helpful in seeing the difference in worldviews.
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Click here to view and print out downloadable PDF.
Do you ever wonder what missionaries have to pay for common everyday items? Would you have guessed that daily living expenses are higher in South Africa than in the United States? With over 40% unemployment in the black communities in South Africa, you will wonder how folks make it. Roger and Carol Cryan serve at Bethesda Outreach outside Pretoria, South Africa. They shared their list with prices in US dollars to give you an idea.
Chicken Noodle Soup $3.00
Gallon of Milk $4.96
Hair Gel $9.00
Pound of Cheese $4.40
Gallon of Gas $4.30
–from Evangelical Baptist Mission July 2010 newsletter