Archive for May 7, 2008

Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.

Luke 6:38 KJV

For almost a year, GodTube has been giving the Body of Christ a family-friendly, social networking and video sharing Site. Dubbed the “Christian YouTube,” the Dallas-based organization has been blowing up the Internet. Well, all that giving is coming back, thanks to hedge fund, GLG Partners.

Note the story here from about the [COUGH] $30 million gift.

That offering will give back insurmountably. Say what you will, saints. That’s an offering!

Should read this oneAlthough I can’t say I’m a “fan”, I am familiar with the uber-rock group, KORN. Three years ago, and the height of their success, the lead guitarist – Brian “Head” Welch – quit. He then wrote a book (pictured here).

Why? He got saved. No questions asked, just packed up his picks and split. Now THAT is what I call conversion. Recently, he did a riveting two-part interview found here.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The bloggers on this Site are not friendly and feel expletives truly communicate their angst.

  1. The interview is great, because this guy is serious about his relationship with Christ.
  2. Pray for Brian. His witness is going to be a powerful one.
  3. Pray against Brian becoming another sensationalized Christian like this nutty guy.

For decades, we have heard the same gripe during election years, “My vote doesn’t matter.” You can’t say that any longer if the Mennonites have even figured it out.

Evidently, the horse-and-buggy nation at Goshen College are getting their political pants crazy, as noted in the Chicago Tribune.

Another reminder of the “Writing on the Wall,” everyone is getting active because they realize a “Change Gonna Come.” (Forget American Idol, I’ll take the original any day of the week. It’s even in my iPod.) And yes, the images are necessary to let you know why Sam Cooke wrote this brilliant eulogy.

Pray for an A

Evidently, more students on college campuses are doing this, as noted by the Seattle Post Intelligencer.

My only question is this: do students really have a passion to bringing faith participation back to campuses, or is it simply religious awareness?

The reason way I say that is there are too many logical people on college campuses; however, no matter their distance from the throne of God, ALL have FAITH that the studying they did will pay off when they take the test.

Ironic, huh?

Yeah, I didn’t think so either.