British Scientist and writer, Baroness Susan Greenfield, wrote that social media can bring about social decay. She warns that social media could create a pleasure‐seeking generation that have short attention span, self-centered and addicted to instant satisfaction. In a passage of her fiction novel 2121, she describes our... Read More
Small group Bible studies are a very popular and effective way to study the Bible. A good article at allaboutgod.com refers to this definition for Small Group Bible Study: “A moderated study of the Bible, emphasizing small study groups, to insure a peaceful, respectful, and instructive atmosphere for... Read More
Communication is like the air we breathe. Both are everywhere. They are plentiful. They are free. And they are woven tightly into the fabric of our daily life. It is so woven, in fact that we use it without conscious effort. We pay no attention to it until they... Read More
Today, the Bible remains the bestselling and widely distributed book of all time. Guinness World Records estimates that 5 billion copies of the Bible were printed between 1815 and 1975. Whilst the numbers may be high, sadly bible engagement is declining.
In a study conducted by the American Bible Society, 88%... Read More
Consider this a public service announcement for Christian church and ministry leaders that are eagerly using the Internet for Gospel ministry. Beginning in 2013, the Internet namespace expansion has added hundreds of new domain suffixes like .CHURCH, .CLUB, .NYC, .PHOTOGRAPHY, .MARRIOTT, and many more, offering potentially better domain names that... Read More
Central to the message of Christianity and the Bible are four books at the beginning of the New Testament called the Gospels.
The word Gospel usually designates a written record of Christ’s words and deeds. It is very likely derived from the Anglo-Saxon god (good) and... Read More