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Jesus Daily Growing

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Popular Facebook Fan Page Jesus Daily has over 9.7 million fans. This week alone it added almost half a million "likes."



via: Inside Facebook

New Orleans Today – St. Bernard Project

Monday, October 24, 2011

Carter Theis is an incredible video journalist who captures ministers and their ministries who serve in relative anonymity. His videos are on display at EnochMagazine.com.

This video documents The Well Covenant Church from Oregon who went to New Orleans to help New Orleans residents still recovering from Hurricane Katrina all these years later.

New Orleans Today from Enoch Magazine on Vimeo.



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Rejection and Election

Thursday, October 20, 2011

Fresh Bible teaching is captivating. Britt Merrick delivers concise and interesting and edifying Bible teaching with every podcast downloaded. This particular message, Rejection and Election is the fourth installment of a series through Paul's Epistle to the Ephesians. In this series, Merrick teaches through one verse. Download it here.

Merrick mentions R. Kent Hughes as a source. Hughes writes some of the best, accessible commentaries through the New Testament that I know of. Check out R. Kent Hughes here.

Largets QR Code Ever

Friday, October 14, 2011

Here's the world's largest QR code to date. Someday, there will be one big enough for people to scan from airplanes - or the next shuttle - or maybe with the Hubble satellite.



Thanks for the heads up, Lisa!

Ends of the Earth Ministries

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

This is a phenomenal ministry.



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Duck!

Monday, October 10, 2011

I don't usually pick the violent option. I do my best to prevent loss of life whenever I can. You're taking your life into your hands when you hit the streets in the morning. At least you are if you're a duck and you live on my street.

I drove south, this morning, out of my neighborhood. As I approached the park where Allie and I spend time playing on the swings, three ducks crossed the street. One hurried to get out of my way, but the other two were distracted because they were fighting. No worries, I thought. They were off to the right side of the road enough so that I could swing a little left and maneuver around them.

Just as I was about to move left, one duck jumped up into the air and with a Matrix-like two footed kick, it launched the other duck right into my bumper. I drove right over that unlucky ducky with a mushy crunch.

I pulled over to look at the scene in my rear view. The victorious duck was looking down at our victim but seemed confused by the pile of feathers in the street that was a worthy opponent one minute and collateral damage the next.

What a strange thing. Do I stop? Do I go? Is there some kind of dead duck protocol? Is there someone you call to come scrape up the road kill? These were the thoughts going through my head.

How'd your Monday go?

Make your own QR codes

QR codes appear everywhere these days. They are a slick way to get an immediate response from people via hand-held media. You can take people from a walking around experience to an online environment like your website or a way to email or even call a phone number your pick for them to dial.

If you have a Google account or an iGoogle homepage, a QR code generating widget can be added and instantly accessed from your computer.

Dig it.


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