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-Harris Poll of Online Use has Implications for Ministry

Posted by | December 27, 2009 .

(Computers Online  by aranarth via Flickr) This is an astounding figure and shows a dramatic increase of online use over the years. 80% of all adults in America go online and they average 13 hours a week according to a recent Harris Poll. This has tremendous implications for ministry. Americans are increasingly spending larger portions […]

-Merry Christmas…Here’s the Real Story (without Santa and the Reindeer)

Posted by | December 25, 2009 .

(Nativity by orangebrompton via Flickr) The real Christmas story is found in Matthew (Matt. 1:18-2:18) and in Luke ( Luke 1:26-56, 2:1-40). However, Isaiah should never be ignored: Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. (Isaiah 7:14) For to us a child is born, to us a […]

-Court: A 1st Amendment Right to Bully and be Mean Online

Posted by | December 13, 2009 .

Image via Wikipedia Here’s an interesting internet case. An 8th grade student was suspended from school for “cyber-bullying” and  humiliating another student online in a YouTube. Her parents took the school to court and last month a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled that the school had gone too far. Students do have a 1st […]

-10 Things I Wish I Knew when I Started

Posted by | December 5, 2009 .

(Image by kpwerker via Flickr) Here’s a great article from Problogger: “ProBlogging – 10 Things I Wish I Knew when I Started” Though the article is specifically for those who are seeking to build a ‘pro’ blog that makes $money, most of the suggestions also golden for those of us hoping to make a different […]