Posted 6/30/16 at 3:38 PM | Brian Wallace
No one likes to move, especially if you're helping someone else move. As much as you'd like to be there for your friends, at some point you have to say enough is enough. Check out this moving excuse generator for a laugh!
Posted 6/29/16 at 5:01 PM | Sunny Shell
Since September 26, 2011 Living Waters has produced six award, and soul-winning movies: "180" (2011), Genius (2012), Evolution vs. God (2013), Noah and the Last Days (2014), Audacity: Love Can't Stay Silent (2015) and in August 2016, Ray Comfort, Founder and CEO of Living Waters will release their latest film, The Atheist Delusion: Why Millions Deny the Obvious. FULL POST
Posted 6/28/16 at 4:06 PM | Mark Ellis
By Mark Ellis
Against all odds, the Cleveland Cavaliers came back from a 3 to 1 deficit against the Golden State Warriors to win Cleveland’s first NBA championship in 52 years. Playing with a peace that surprised his teammates, LeBron James credited the “Man above” for his presence of mind.
After the final buzzer sounded, LeBron dropped to his knees on the court, bowed his head down, and began to weep tears of joy and gratitude.
“It was definitely like a Rocky fight,” LeBron told Sports Center after the game. “We’re the first team to come back from a 3-1 deficit, so this is special,” he said.
With LeBron’s inspired leadership, the Cavaliers defeated the Warriors 93-89 in Oakland to win the title. To eke out a victory in the final minutes on Golden State’s home court was a huge challenge, because the Warriors seldom lost in front of their zealous fans. FULL POST
Posted 6/28/16 at 1:40 PM | Brian Wallace
Posted 6/28/16 at 1:38 PM | Brian Wallace
The future of social media will probably include virtual reality. Learn more about recent advances in virtual reality and augmented reality from this infographic!
Posted 5/23/16 at 3:34 PM | Karen Kramer
Due to continued sluggish sales, executives at Victoria’s Secret, the premier sexy clothing retailer, will no longer carry clothing, shoes, and accessories in their stores.
Even those barely-there swim suits are on the chopping block. Perhaps the purveyor of skimpy attire is losing market share because women are realizing their bodies aren't for sale.
Perhaps a new generation of shoppers prefer to keep hidden what Hollywood and Victoria’s Secret has blatantly exposed.
Now the cleavage inspired VS intends to only sell lingerie—bras and undies which are typically off-limits to the eyes of the general public. One can hope this is a general trend towards more modesty on the part of shoppers, but it appears to be a more desperate move as Victoria's Secret hopes to remain fiscally solvent during this prolonged recession. Many American homes are tightening their belts and high-priced skimpy attire just isn't worth it.>
Posted 5/20/16 at 1:45 PM | Brian Wallace
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Posted 4/26/16 at 7:53 PM | Mark Ellis
By Mark Ellis
Bono, the brilliant songsmith of Ireland collaborated with an equally superb wordsmith and author of The Message, Eugene Peterson, to create a short film exploring the book of Psalms.
Bono often recited passages from The Message during his concerts and had admired Peterson from afar. He finally met the 83-year-old author, scholar, and poet in 2010 during U2’s 360 tour.
When Bono initiated contact with the aging Peterson, he had never heard of the rock star, and declined Bono’s first invitation for a private meeting.
The 20-minute film, produced by Fourth Line Films, is the first production of Fuller Studio, affiliated with Fuller Seminary. Portions were shot in Peterson’s home on Flathead Lake, Montana and New York’s gallery for the International Arts Movement.
The film intimately captures the two titans in their respective fields ruminating about the Psalms.
Q: Talk a little about your family, how you came to Christ and your faith journey.
A: I am a Kentucky-raised girl currently living in the Sunshine State of Florida. Jamie is my amazingly supportive husband of eight years, and we have a two- year old son, Landon, who is the absolute joy of our lives. I grew up in church where my dad was the pianist and my mom sang on the praise team. In fact, I made my debut performance as a singer at age 3 in front of roughly 1,000 church members when the pastor handed me the microphone and I gave my best rendition of “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.” I grew up heavily involved in church, especially the music team where I sang and played keyboard. Even though I have been saved most of my life, I didn’t always follow Christ like I should. After “searching” during my college years, I discovered God had a greater plan for my life than I could imagine and turned over my dreams and desires to Him. FULL POST