Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Benjamin Franklin Effect

From the HeadHeartHand blog: We all have haters. Christians have more than most. And faithful pastors maybe have more than anyone. So how do you handle them? Well, you can hate them back; but that’s not much help to you … Continue reading

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What Motivates God?

From the Spreading Goodness blog: Why does God do anything? And, as it relates to us, how do we fit within that purpose? Over the years this question has gained weight: I had to ask it. Why? Because I’ve heard … Continue reading

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The glory of God?

By: Ng Shaowen Soli Deo Gloria means ascribing glory to God alone. To glorify God is NOT to big God up, nor to make Him greater, but to ascribe to Him He already has – glory in and of Himself. … Continue reading

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Excerpts from Hudson Taylor

From the Church History Blog: Christians worship a pig! In the early 1890s leaflets were distributed throughout Hunan Province thatmisrepresented the CIM and other missionary organisations working in China: ‘Missionaries are the frontline troops of western nations in their designs … Continue reading

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