Friday, 6 September 2013

Christian News from Around the World (6/9)

Buying shares in God’s company - When 19 year-old Mark Zuckerberg approached his friend Joe Green to become a business partner of a nascent social networking company called TheFaceBook, Green declined.


Lead by Influence, not by Command - Command-and-control may work in certain scenarios, but for churches, that style of leadership generally doesn’t work.


Informal Mentoring - The greatest impact I have made as a teacher and a minister has been not through preaching to crowds or teaching classes, as vital as those are. It has been those individuals who have walked with me beyond the classroom or small group in normal, everyday life, talking about ministry and theology to be sure, but talking as well about living life for Christ.


Two Ways to Live (A review) - Heard of this evangelism tool? Click to the review to see how well this tool is.


The Merciless Permanence of the Internet - The internet is a place of merciless permanence, meaning that what goes online stays online, whether you want it to or not.



Seeing God in your Work - If you’re like me, you’ve often heard the saying that “work is a curse” as result of the fall in the Garden of Eden. That statement couldn’t be further from the truth.


"The longest journey in the life of one's
belief is from the head to the heart"
Quoted by Ravi Zacharias, in Walking from East to West: God in the Shadows