Forbes magazine offers their list of the World's Most Powerful Women. After the usual politicians, there are business leaders, philanthropists, and even Lady Gaga (who saw that coming?), but no religious leaders. Should religion = power, though?
Thursday, August 25, 2011
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
Friday, August 19, 2011
The Financial Times takes a look-see at the movement that is Rick Warren, and his current attempts to spread the Gospel in Europe.
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Monday, August 08, 2011
Sunday, August 07, 2011
Barberton, OH's Paul Pamer offered these 2 gems at the mid-Friday General Session:
- "If the only thing you do is go to church then someday you won't."
- On cell phones (& technology in general): "It's time we stopped using them as toys and started using them as tools."
Saturday, August 06, 2011
Just returned from the spectacular North American Youth Congress 2011 in Columbus, OH. While attendance probably didn't break the 15,500 mark any night (and honestly, since when is 15,000 teenagers worshiping God a negative?) there was always an overabundance of the move of the Spirit.
Friday, August 05, 2011
Monday, August 01, 2011
Wow! The Festival of Faith & Writing at Calvin College will be featuring Pulitzer-Prize winner Marilynne Robinson, National Book Award winner Walter Wangerin, young turks like Tony Earley and Jonathan Safron Foer, Newberry Award winners, respected poets and so much more!
$175 registration is slated for early November, for April 19-21 Festival. Don't think you can't afford it until you've poked through their website, as it continues to get more robust.
It's not to be missed if you want to discover what's happening in the world of letters and the world of Christian letters, especially. There's a lot of brave writing around faith these days and this festival captures it all.