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week of June 6, 2010
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salvation and my honor depend on God; he is my mighty rock, my
doesn't build a fence around his children to protect us from the
suffering common to all humanity. It is clear from the Bible and
from the lives of Christians in every generation that God uses
suffering in some form in the life of every believer.”
SCRAMBLE TO MEET NEW FCC RULES ON WIRELESS MICS
churches have less than two weeks to change their wireless
microphone equipment or face more than $100,000 in fines.
January, the Federal Communications Commission mandated that
anyone using wireless microphones on the 700 MHz band must stop by
June 12 in order to make room for use by police, fire, and
unlicensed person or business -- which includes churches -- using
microphones on frequencies between 698 and 806 MHz must stop or
face action by the FCC. Violators could face up to $112,500 in
fines or imprisonment for continued violation, according to the
FCC. Violations will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
December 2008, Shure Inc., a Niles, Ill.-based audio-visual
company, has worked with churches to replace their audio
like being told that you got to replace your dishwasher even
though it’s working just fine,” said Chris Lyons,
manager of educational and technical communication at Shure....
Read this in full at
the time comes to enter the darkness in which we are naked and
helpless and alone; in which we see the insufficiency of our
greatest strength and the hollowness of our strongest virtues; in
which we have nothing of our own to rely on, and nothing in our
nature to support us, and nothing in the world to guide us or give
us fight--then we find out whether or not we live by faith.”
Thomas Merton (1915-1968), Seeds of
Contemplation, London: Hollis & Carter, 1949, New Directions.
1949, p. 172
ETHICIST SAYS OIL SPILL A MORAL ISSUE
Baptist ethicist says the catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of
Mexico is a moral issue, although few Americans have framed the
issue in moral terms.
the BP disaster is a moral issue, one that goes to the very heart
of our economic and cultural crisis about energy and the
environment," Robert Parham, executive director of the
Baptist Center for Ethics, wrote in a June 1 commentary at the
Washington Post's On Faith blog.
said the same day it was gearing up for a seventh try to cap oil
leaking nearly 5,000 feet underwater 42 miles southeast of Venice,
La. Officials estimated the flow -- which has been going on six
weeks after an April 20 explosion that killed 11 workers -- at
800,000 gallons a day, nearly four times as much as the 5,000
barrels a day long maintained by BP and the U.S. Coast Guard.
executive editor of the BCE website EthicsDaily.com, said the
ecological disaster -- now being described as the worst oil spill
in US history -- contains elements of three of the seven
objectionable vices described since early Christian times as the
Seven Deadly Sins.
Christianity identifies greed, sloth, and pride as three deadly
sins -- sins that manifest themselves in BP's disaster,"
Parham said.... Read this in full at
see “Visualizing the BP Oil Disaster”
'IN GOD WE
TRUST' ADDED TO SOCAL CITY'S LOGO
God We Trust" is being added to a Southern California city
seal. The Ontario City Council voted unanimously June 1 to put
those words in a semicircle above the city logo in council
chambers.... Read this in full at
Leonard Sweet & Frank Viola
in the course of human events it becomes necessary for the body of
Christ to come to its senses and spell out the biblical bands
which define it, the Spirit of God impels us to arise in the same
confidence as our ancestors who unwaveringly proclaimed “the
present truth” for their day and time and declare the causes
which compel this Manifesto.
hold these truths to be biblically-evident, that all people have
fallen short of the glory of God, that they are endowed by their
Creator with a Savior, who is Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ, our
risen, rising, and reigning Lord. He is the heat in our heart, the
marrow of our mind, and the art of our life.
much of the contemporary church has short-changed Jesus. It has
replaced Christ with methods, strategies, concepts, principles,
doctrines, programs, fads, gimmicks, etc., and has lost Him who is
the Center and Circumference of our faith. To demonstrate this, we
submit the following to a candid world:
Christ is the subject, goal, and motivation of our faith and
Christ came to show us how to be a new kind of human, a Jesus kind
of human. He came to do what Adam failed to do. He is the
firstborn of a new humanity.... Read this in full at
INCREASE YOUR FAITH
Greg S. Baker
disciples made a very important request of Jesus in Luke 17:5,
“And the apostles said unto the Lord, Increase our faith.”
I heartily second the request. As I go through life I find myself
increasingly insufficient for the tasks set before me. We always
need God, but the further along I go, the more I realize it, and
the more insufficient to the task I realize I really am.
is the necessary part of the Christian life that allows God access
to our life. You may say, “God doesn’t need
permission!” And I’ll agree with you, but God won’t
impose on your will until you submit your will to Him. Until you
humble your will, the only thing you find from God is resistance.
4:6 – “But he giveth more grace. Wherefore he saith,
God resisteth the proud, but giveth grace unto the humble.”
is an exercise of your free will. Faith is a choice! Faith is the
acceptance of our need and reliance upon God for any given
situation or circumstance. And it seems as I face more difficult
and interesting situations, I need more faith. But how do you
increase your faith? .... Read this in full at
CHRISTIAN FAITH MUST BE RUGGED
do not find that this position, that of unbroken peacefulness and
inward song, is one which we can hope to hold unassailed. It is no
soft arrangement of pillows, no easy-chair. It is a fort in an
enemy's country, and the foe is wise in assault and especially in
surprise. And yet there can be nothing to fear, for it is not a
place that we must keep, but a stronghold in which we are kept, if
only, in the moment we are conscious of attack, we look ‘away
unto our faith's Princely Leader and Perfecter, Jesus, who
(1867-1951), Rose from Brier , London: SPCK, 1950, p. 76
SECURITY SEEKS TO DEPORT CHRISTIAN 'SON OF HAMAS'
disowned son of one of the founders of terrorist group Hamas has
grown quite a fan base since he revealed who he was and made
public his story of conversion from Islam to Christianity.
the US Department of Homeland Security is apparently not among
Mosab Hassan Yousef’s admirers as it’s currently
seeking to deport the 32-year-old asylum seeker, who currently
resides in San Diego.
to these ‘highly trained’ civil servants, I am a
threat to America’s national security and must be deported,”
reported Yousef. In a lengthy account of his situation, Yousef
explained in his personal weblog how he has been barred from a
grant of asylum since last year “because there were
reasonable grounds for believing [I] was a danger to the security
of the United States and because [I] engaged in terrorist
will stand before Immigration Judge Rico J. Bartolomei at the US
Department of Homeland Security Immigration Court in San Diego on
June 30.... Read this in full at
CAN'T READ THE BIBLE
love their Bibles. So much so that they keep them in pristine,
unopened condition. Or, as George Gallup Jr. and Jim Castelli said
in a widely quoted survey finding, "Americans revere the
Bible but, by and large, they don't read it."
abound. Time magazine observed in a 2007 cover story that only
half of US adults could name one of the four Gospels. Fewer than
half could identify Genesis as the Bible's first book. Jay Leno
and Stephen Colbert have made sport of Americans' inability to
name the Ten Commandments -- even among members of Congress who
have pushed to have them posted publicly.
the first step toward improved Bible literacy is admitting we have
a problem. A 2005 study by the Barna Group asked American
Christians to rate their spiritual maturity based on activities
such as worship, service, and evangelism. Christians offered the
harshest evaluation of their Bible knowledge, with 25% calling
themselves not too mature or not at all mature.
we know it's not "those other churches." We are not
surprised by a 2004 Gallup finding that a mere 37% of teenagers
can find the quotation from the Sermon on the Mount when given
four choices. And we are not surprised that only 44% of born-again
teenagers could do the same.
could be worse. The same Gallup study of 1,002 teenagers found
them basically familiar with Adam and Eve, Moses, the Good
Samaritan, the Golden Rule, and the meaning of Easter. And the
Bible Literacy Project (BLP) now provides resources for more than
360 public schools in 43 states.
pastors, professors, and others committed to teaching the Bible
have identified a problem far larger than fluency with basic
characters and stories. It's one thing to recognize the reference
to the Promised Land in a Martin Luther King Jr. speech. It's
another to recognize biblical references within the Bible itself.
Even weekly churchgoers who know the names and places struggle to
put it all together and understand the Bible as a single story of
redemption.... Read this in full at
HAVING CHILDREN MAKE PARENTS MORE ACTIVE CHURCHGOERS?
are essentially 5 ways in which parents describe how having
children influenced their involvement with a church.
No influence. The largest share of parents (50%) reported that
having children did not influence their connection to a church.
This perspective was most common among parents in the Northeast
and West as well as among college graduates. Among atheists and
agnostics, nine out of 10 said that becoming a parent had no
influence on their connection to a faith community. The same was
true among nearly seven out of 10 adults associated with a faith
other than Christianity. However, among parents who are Christian,
a notably smaller share (47%) said that the presence of children
was unrelated to their church life.
Reconnected. About one-sixth of parents (17%) said that having a
child helped them reconnect with church after a long period of not
attending. Lower income homes were more likely than average to
offer this assessment. Hispanic parents were also likely to
describe their parenting path in this way.
More active. Another one-fifth of parents (20%) said they were
already active but become more involved. Political
conservatives and Republicans were among the parents most
likely to describe an increased level of church activity after
Less active. Overall, 4% of parents said that having children
actually decreased their involvement with a church. This was
most common among parents who are single and never married as well
New commitment. Parenthood rarely sparks brand-new experiences of
faith for people: only one out of every 20 parents (5%) said that
having children helped them become active in a church for the
first time. Midwest parents were among the most likely to express
this view, as were Catholics and Hispanics.... Read this in full
WHEN CHURCHES JUMP THE SHARK
does a church “jump the shark?” That phrase refers to
the time Fonzi, the star of the TV comedy “Happy Days,”
jumped a shark (literally) and has served as an example of a TV
show that tries something strange to boost sagging ratings.
wonder if many churches are trying to “pack the house”
by doing the same thing? I’m reminded of the story from the
life of fundamentalist Baptist preacher J. Frank Norris about the
time he baptized a rodeo cowboy and had the man’s horse
stand in the back of the church to watch. Personally I believe he
jumped the shark long before the cowboy baptism, but today it
seems many churches -- in the desire to be innovative and creative
-- are jumping their own sharks.
Young Jr. recently hosted a “Car give away extravaganza.”
Young gave away 13 cars on Mother’s Day. Some were for the
needy and others were random drawings. I’m not against the
idea of helping women in this way, but listening to the clip it
sounded just like an episode of Oprah Winfrey. He announced it
with the excitement of a talk show and the crowd (congregation)
responded with cheers.... Read this in full at
HARLEY HELPS MISSOURI MINISTRY INTRODUCE BIKERS TO CHRIST
1967 Harley-Davidson Ironhead motorcycle once slumped against a
wall, in bad shape and with a mulberry tree growing right through
its heart. Rescued and restored, however, the Harley brought
several motorcyclists back to God’s house.
soon as Donnie Hayworth eyed the vintage bike, he knew Brothers of
the Son, a Sedalia, Mo.-based motorcycle ministry, had to attempt
to restore it. As the months-long effort took shape, the men
dubbed the Harley “Lazarus” and the process “the
Lazarus Project.” “We brought it from something
unusable and undesirable to something beautiful, usable and
desirable,” Hayworth explained.
recognized that God had accomplished the same thing in each of
their lives. “Jesus Christ does the same for us,”
Hayworth said. “We brought this motorcycle from the dead
just as he raised Lazarus.” .... Read this in full at
HAGGARD TO PASTOR NEW CHURCH IN COLORADO
Haggard, the evangelical leader who fell from grace after a gay
sex scandal in 2006, announced June 3 that he will start a new
church in Colorado Springs. With his wife, Gayle, and three of his
sons by his side, Haggard told reporters that the St. James Church
that he incorporated three weeks ago will soon be an active
Haggard said he incorporated St. James for accounting purposes to
organize payments he and his wife receive from talks at churches.
He explained that they pay for their own traveling expenses and
St. James would help organize reimbursements. But about two weeks
ago Haggard decided to turn St. James into a real church.... Read
this in full at
REJECTS AMENDMENT ON CHAPLAINS' PRAYERS
News Service reports that the House on Thursday (May 27)
rejected a proposed amendment that would have allowed military
chaplains to close public events with faith-specific prayers. The
amendment, offered by Tea Party favorite Rep. Michele Bachmann,
R-Minn., to the Military Construction Authorization Act, was
deemed not relevant to the bill, Bachmann's office said. The
amendment would have specified that "a chaplain shall have
the prerogative to close the prayer according to the dictates of
the chaplain's own conscience.'' Bachmann's proposed amendment
comes after proponents for church-state separation tussled with
military chaplains over the appropriateness of praying "in
Jesus' name.'' Secularists say it's insulting to nonbelievers;
Christian clergy say they know no other way to pray. The dispute
has most recently played out in Virginia, where Republican Gov.
Robert McDonnell repealed a ban on Virginia State Police chaplains
praying in Jesus' name.... Read this in full at
OFFER BUSINESS TIPS FOR CEOS
of the most successful entrepreneurs in America have never been to
high school, don’t use electricity, and would sooner love
their competitors than sue them.
generations, the Amish have tended farms tucked away in rural
communities like Lancaster, Pa., motivated by a faith that urged
them to be in the world, but not of it. But as housing
subdivisions and strip malls suck up farmland, many Amish have
traded their plows for profits—with remarkable success.
are nearly 9,000 Amish-run small businesses in North America,
according to Donald Kraybill, a professor at Elizabethtown College
in Lancaster and a noted expert on the Amish and other
Anabaptists. And whereas 50 percent of small businesses fail
within the first five years, only 10 percent of Amish-run
enterprises have gone belly up.
church strictures against electricity, the Internet, motor
vehicles and many forms of advertising, Amish businesses have
landed contracts with companies like Kmart and Ralph Lauren,
developed nationwide networks of retailers, and crafted kitchens
for customers from coast to coast.
phrase `Amish millionaire’ is no longer an oxymoron,”
Kraybill says.... Read this in full at
is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ
Jesus, who gave himself as a ransom for all men.”
1 Timothy 2:5-6
will be known as a culture that feared death and adored power,
that tried to vanquish insecurity for the few and cared little for
the penury of the many. We will be known as a culture that taught
and rewarded the amassing of things, that spoke little if at all
about the quality of life for people (other people), for dogs, for
rivers. All the world, in our eyes, they will say, was a
Mary Oliver, from
her poem "Of the Empire"
AIMS FOR THE DIGITAL GENERATION
a generation growing up with digital media, the written word
printed on paper has little appeal -- even if it's the word of
God. It's for them that an Orlando, Fla., company came up with the
multimedia digital Glo Bible.
have entire generations of people that don't engage paper very
well," said Nelson Saba, founder of Immersion Digital. "If
you look at Bible literacy among younger generations, it's dismal.
This is designed to be a digital alternative to the paper Bible."
Gallup poll in 2000 found that about a quarter of young people
ages 18-29 read the Bible weekly -- about half the rate of those
65 or older. Part of that, Saba contends, is the younger
generation's aversion to the printed word.
is nothing wrong with paper. I have lots of paper Bibles, but it's
just not the media they engage," Saba said.
Glo, released in October, recently won Bible of the Year award
from the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association. It's the
first digital Bible to receive the distinction in the 32 years of
company is now working on an application that will allow Glo to go
mobile. By the end of the year, Glo software will be available on
iPhones and iPads, Nelson said.... Read this in full at
CHRISTIANS IN IRAQ, THE THREATS PERSIST
small bomb exploded inside the courtyard of the motherhouse just
moments after Sister Maria Hanna received an anonymous phone call
warning her to get her nuns out of the area.
recent attack on the Immaculate Virgin convent was nothing new. By
Hanna's count, it was the 20th time the convent in the nearby
northern city of Mosul had come under attack since the start of
time it was an RPG (rocket-propelled grenade)," said Hanna,
ticking off the litany of attacks against the convent that has
been her home for 52 years. "One time a car bomb exploded
just outside the motherhouse. One time they set fire to a propane
can and left it in front of our gate."
attacks in Mosul reflect how daily life remains tenuous for many
Christians in Iraq, where complex and long-lasting religious
conflicts and sectarian violence among Muslim militants persist
despite improving security.... Read this in full at
CATHLEEN FALSANI WHO'S PREACHING THE COEN GOSPEL NOW
Falsani is a columnist with the Chicago Sun Times. She’s
inviting readers to explore the spiritual wisdom of the Brothers
Coen with her in her book, "The Dude Abides," which also
is the nameplate on one of Cathleen's blogs.
you're familiar with her work already, you know that Cathleen
proudly describes herself as evangelical and her publishing house,
Zondervan, is synonymous with top-flight evangelical publishing.
(They're Rob Bell's home base, for example.)
Cathleen is well aware the Coens come from a Jewish family. Her
book's Foreword was written by Rabbi Allen Secher, who is probably
as well known nationally as Cathleen for his many years of media
book is custom-made for small-group discussions in congregations,
whatever your religious affiliation might be. The whole point of
the book is to kick-start lively discussion about the point at
which our spiritual journeys intersect popular culture.
You’ve had a long-time interest in all forms of media, so
writing about the Coen brothers’ work is a natural subject
for you. But, as I understand it, you’ve never actually
interviewed the Coens. They don’t like to talk about the
underling themes in their films. They want their films to speak
They want people to interact with their films as living, breathing
art forms. They’re interested in each of us bringing our own
baggage into the theater and responding to what we experience. I’m
absolutely certain that I saw some things in their films that they
never intended -- and maybe weren’t even aware of themselves
-- but I’m also certain there are many important things they
intentionally put there for us to find.... Read this in full at
this video of Benyamin Cohen, an Orthodox rabbi's son who wrote a
book about his year-long exploration of Christianity.
ECUMENICALS MARK 'NEW BEGINNING FOR COMMON MISSION'
of the ecumenical and evangelical movements stood side by side at
the opening of the historic Edinburgh 2010 conference June 3 and
reaffirmed their commitment to witnessing to Christ as one.
some 300 leaders from across the Christian denominations and
traditions, the international director of the World Evangelical
Alliance, Dr. Geoff Tunnicliffe, said it would be “foolish”
to think that all the issues that have traditionally divided the
different streams of the church would be resolved during the
four-day conference. He appealed to delegates, however, to listen
to one another with “love and respect” and to “build
bridges rather than create chasms” during the conference....
Read this in full at
WARREN'S NEW BOOK DELAYED INDEFINITELY
release of Rick Warren’s new book, The Hope You Need, is
delayed indefinitely, said publisher Zondervan.
a statement, the company explained that Warren needed time to
focus on other projects at the moment. “We understand many
people will be disappointed at the delay, but we fully support
Rick and respect his decision,” said Moe Girkins, president
& CEO of Zondervan. “Of course, we remain eager to bring
this book to market when the time comes.”
book is based on an eight-part sermon series on the Lord’s
Prayer that Warren delivered last year at Saddleback Church in
Southern California. Initially, the book was scheduled to be
released in November 2009 and then rescheduled for Fall 2010.
of the anticipated 2009 release, Zondervan launched a contest to
design the book’s cover that was opened to the public. There
were more than 3,500 entries. The winner was an Italian couple,
Simona Dall’Argine and Simone Salardi, who submitted a
simple and clean design.
said he chose the winning cover because it was simple and helped
convey the message inside the book that the Lord’s Prayer is
profound, yet simple.
megachurch pastor and bestselling author said The Hope You Need is
a response to the economic crisis, a time when people need a
message about hope.
previous book, The Purpose Driven Life, is the best-selling
hardcover book in history.
RALLY DRAWS AT LEAST 1 MILLION PEOPLE IN SAO PAULO
least 1 million evangelical Christians rallied in Sao Paulo,
Brazil on June 3 for the annual "March for Jesus," an
event that unites the faithful from hundreds of Protestant
churches in the world's largest Roman Catholic country.
in its 18th year, the march is organized by the Reborn in Christ
Church, whose leaders returned to Brazil last year after being
imprisoned in the United States for not declaring $56,000 in cash
they were carrying on a flight from Sao Paulo to Miami.... Read
this in full at
AND PROSTATE CANCER RISK
vasectomy is one of the most common ways for men to prevent the
conception of a child; approximately 50 million men in the world
have had one. In the United States, doctors perform about 500,000
vasectomies each year and almost 17% of men over the age of 35
have been vasectomized.
procedure itself involves blocking or cutting the tubes (called
vas deferens) that deliver sperm to the semen. Thus, a man can
still have normal sexual intercourse without the risk of getting a
vasectomy is generally regarded as a very safe medical procedure
for men. But a few decades ago, data from large studies seemed to
suggest a connection between men who receive a vasectomy and
prostate cancer risk. “There were several large data mining
studies a number of years ago that combined data sets from several
countries and looked for associations,” says Anthony Y.
Smith, a spokesman for the American Urological Association
Foundation and professor and chief of the division of urology for
the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. “Vasectomy came
up as an association with prostate cancer.”.... Read this in
airlines adding fees to fees, we thought we'd warn you of the next
surcharges they'll levy for something previously free:
In the unlikely event of loss of cabin pressure, oxygen masks will
drop down. To start the flow of oxygen, simply insert your credit
$100 On-Time Departure Fee; $25 Delay Complaint Fee.
View seating (formerly window seats), $10; Access seating
(formerly aisle seats), $10 $20 to use roll-away stairs to enter
or exit the aircraft in lieu of no-charge rope-ladder alternative.
$9 fee for bumping your head on the overhead bin as you take your
seat; $3 additional penalty for looking up at the bin after you
bump into it.
if God arranged things so that we would experience a mild jolt of
pain with every sin, or a tickle of pleasure with every act of
virtue? Would you obey because you loved God? I don't think so. I
think you'd obey simply because you desired pleasure and not
Joni Eareckson Tada
is the man who perseveres under trial, because when he has stood
the test, he will receive the crown of life that God has promised
to those who love him.”
WEEK'S HYMN: LET SONGS OF PRAISES FILL THE SKY
Thomas Cotterill, 1819
L. Herman Ilse, 1910
songs of praises fill the sky:
our ascended Lord,
down His Spirit from on high
to His Word.
hail the day of Pentecost,
coming of the Holy Ghost!
Spirit by His heav’nly breath
new life within;
quickens sinners from the death
trespasses and sin.
hail the day of Pentecost,
coming of the Holy Ghost!
things of Christ the Spirit takes
shows them unto men;
fallen soul His temple makes,
image stamps again.
hail the day of Pentecost,
coming of the Holy Ghost!
Holy Spirit, from above
Thy celestial fire;
and with flames of zeal and love
hearts and tongues inspire.
this our day of Pentecost,
coming of the Holy Ghost!
the Scripture says: ‘There is a time for silence and a time
for speech.’ Savior, teach me the silence of humility, the
silence of wisdom, the silence of love, the silence of perfection,
the silence that speaks without words, the silence of faith. Lord,
teach me to silence my own heart that I may listen to the gentle
movement of the Holy Spirit within me and sense the depths which
are of God.”
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or situation that applies and lift them up in prayer.
agreeing in prayer with you for God’s blessings to overtake
God and man
Be in God’s will
Raises or bonuses
Checks in the mail
Gifts & surprises
Bills decrease while blessings increase
all these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if thou
shalt hearken unto the voice of the Lord thy God" (Deut.
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