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*Posted by Winston Hottman This video by Mars Hill Church Seattle tells the story behind one of the most beloved Christian hymns of all time, “There is a Fountain.” “There is a Fountain” by William Cowper:
*Posted by Barry Creamer Carl Lewis used to be the Usain Bolt of track and field. His sprint speed and long jump distances could embarrass the competition. It seems I remember a story he told back then of his commitment … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman Should pastors preach politics from the pulpit? Pastors Bill Kynes, Voddie Baucham and Mark Dever offer different perspectives on the issue as they discuss scripture and their own ministry experiences.
*Posted by Kirk Spencer I was at Jack-in-the-Box the other day—the one on the interstate. A woman asked if I was “from the area.” I was. Then she asked if I knew how to get to the new IHOP. I … Continue reading
*Posted by Joe Wooddell In recent years there’s been a movement in Christian theology, philosophy, and ethics, which I find extremely beneficial. It has to do with things like faith, work, economics, the best ways to help the poor, what … Continue reading
*Posted by Winston Hottman
Famed world chess champion, Garry Kasparov, shares the story of his recent arrest and discusses the religious policies of Putin’s government: There was shock, if no real surprise, at the verdict against Pussy Riot on Friday. Despite whispers of leniency, I never doubted … Continue reading
*Posted by Kirk Spencer After 40 years, I went back to church camp. It was a bittersweet trip down memory lane. The “sameness” surprised me—the same knotty-pine cabins—the same name-scarred bunks—the same exaggerated teenage importance of “who’s cute” and “who-loves-who.” … Continue reading