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[Christ] was in the form of God, he did not regard equality with
God as something to be exploited, but emptied himself, taking the
form of a slave, being born in human likeness. And being found in
human form, he humbled himself and became obedient to the point of
death -- even death on a cross.”
we doing it? Are we giving the world a symmetrical, authentic,
fully-formed image of Christ? There is still time. Spiritual
growth is not a matter of chronology alone. It’s a matter of
spirit. Of heart. Of who you are to the next person you meet. In
the next crisis you face. In the next moment you live.”
Lloyd John Ogilvie, from his book The Magnificent Vision
BIBLE' CHALLENGE SEEKS TO REVIVE USA INTEREST IN SCRIPTURE
new initiative this fall seeks to revive American interest in
studying the Bible while connecting USA Christians to people who
do not have the Scriptures in their native language.
Seed Company, a division of Wycliffe Bible Translators, will
launch the “Blank Bible Challenge” in October.
Participating US churches will receive daily devotions, including
ones in video story-telling format, as well as detailed
information about a specific people group that still needs the
Bible translated into their heart language.
year, 2.4 million people die without ever hearing the promises of
God's Word; yet, here in America, many more seem to take having a
Bible in their language for granted," says Roy Peterson,
president of The Seed Company. "Our goal is to reinvigorate a
love for the Bible nationally, so we can encourage churches to be
connected with people groups internationally, which will enable us
to translate the Scriptures into their heart language for the
first time." .... Read these in full at
THE GOSPEL RESPONSE TO THE PROP. 8 DECISION?
from Matthew Lee Anderson, Alan Chambers, Timothy George, Andreas
Köstenberger, Dale Kuehne, Andrew Marin, Gerald McDermott,
Scot McKnight, Jennifer Roback Morse, Jenell Williams Paris, Glenn
Stanton, Sarah Sumner, and Mark Yarhouse.... Read these in full at
PROP. 8 BATTLE: WE CAN STILL WIN THIS
the past 30 years, virtually every Supreme Court case involving
sexual freedom – whether it’s been abortion or gay
rights – has been decided in favor of the expanded
liberties, notes prominent Christian conservative leader Chuck
Colson. But when the case of same-sex marriage reaches the high
court, the battle can be won, asserts Colson in a broadcast
commentary. Read and hear it at
WITH DAD SIGNIFIES A DEEPER PROBLEM
the July/August issue of The Atlantic, journalist Pamela Paul
seriously asks, "Are Fathers Necessary?" Necessary?
can point to a whole body of evidence showing the importance of
"Dad" at home. According to the National Fatherhood
Initiative, "Children who live without their biological
fathers and are, on average, at least two to three times more
likely to be poor, to use drugs, to experience educational, health
and emotional and behavioral problems, to be victims of child
abuse and to engage in criminal behavior than their peers who live
with their married, biological (or adoptive) parents. Children
with involved, loving fathers are significantly more likely to do
well in school, have healthy self esteem, exhibit empathy and
pro-social behavior and avoid high-risk behaviors." Fathers,
the research seems to prove, are not only necessary. They are
so fast, Paul might rejoin. This kind of research, she says, is
skewed, because it compares households with a mom and a dad to
those headed by single women—in other words, we have been
comparing apples to kiwis all this time. Paul says that when we
look at households headed by two *adults* -- whether man-woman,
man-man, or woman-woman -- the supposed advantages of fathers melt
away like an ice cream cone at the county fair.... Read these in
DICKSON ON THE NEW ATHEISTS
two videos John Dickson of the Center for Public Christianity
provides some important observations about the quality of the
scholarship he's seen from some of the New Atheists. His question
becomes, "If in areas where I can check their scholarship and
it proves wrong or they are misrepresenting things, then how can I
really trust them in other areas?" The first video focuses on
minor problems while the second focuses on some of the bigger
issues. Both are worth watching but if you have to choose only one
pick number 2 (it's only 8:24 minutes long).
CHURCH OF ROBOTICS
allowing artificial intelligence to reshape our concept of
personhood, we are leaving ourselves open to the flipside: we
think of people more and more as computers, just as we think of
computers as people.... Read this in full at
SHOULD STAY IN THE YMCA
John A. Murray
month, the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) unveiled a new
brand strategy to address America's needs, as well as a name
change to "the Y." After surveying "a cross section
of Americans to learn more about the most pressing issues and
challenges facing their communities today," the Y had found
that only 51% of Americans were optimistic about the future while
49% were not.
is a very important, exciting time for the Y," said Neil
Nicoll, president and CEO of YMCA of the USA. "For 160 years,
we've focused on changing lives for the better.... People are
concerned about the problems facing their communities. Like the Y,
they understand that lasting change will only come about if we
work together to improve our health, strengthen our families and
support our neighbors. Our hope is that more people will choose to
engage with the Y."
Change? Hope? This "new brand strategy" is a puzzle.
While the Y's written mission still declares putting, "Christian
principles into practice through programs," the newly
rolled-out strategy does not mention the change and hope found in
is this organization still the YMCA? Or is this a new brand under
the title of the Y, no longer with an emphasis on the "C"?....
Read this in full at
CREEK INTERVIEWS TOMS FOUNDER, FORMER GE CEO
a gifted entrepreneur, TOMS founder Blake Mycoskie wanted to amass
tons of money, then give it away when he reached 60 or 70 years
old. Be successful, then give back, he thought. "I knew I'd
be blessed from that. I thought 'that is life,'" the
33-year-old Californian said Friday during The Global Leadership
Summit in South Barrington, Ill. But after four years of
delivering over 600,000 pairs of shoes to children around the
world, and seeing smiles on the faces of children and parents and
lives changed, including his, he wouldn't revert back to that
initial dream he had during his freshman year in college. "I
would have had to have waited until I'm 60 or 70 to have the
blessings I have today if I had done that," he said.
founded TOMS Shoes as a for-profit company in 2006 after he came
across volunteers in Argentina who distributed to the needy
slightly used shoes that were donated. Though the group's effort
was commendable, Mycoskie felt it wasn't a sustainable model
because it solely depended on donations.... Read this in full at
find that it is better to love badly and faultily than not to try
and love at all. God does not have to have perfect instruments,
and the Holy One can use our feeble and faltering attempts at love
and transform them. My task is to keep on trying to love, to be
faithful in my continuing attempt, not necessarily to be
successful. The quality of my love may well be the most important
element of my spiritual guidance.”
Morton T. Kelsey,
from his book Companions on the Inner Way
CHURCH ATTENDANCE INCHES UP IN 2010
self-reported church attendance has continued to inch up in 2010,
with 43.1% of Americans reporting weekly or almost weekly
attendance. This is up slightly from 42.8% in 2009 and 42.1% in
2008. The increase comes as Americans' economic confidence has
also risen, suggesting that, instead of church attendance rising
when economic times get bad, as some theorize, the opposite
pattern may be occurring.... Read this in full at
ART OF COMMITMENT
characteristics are so inherent to Christianity that to neglect
them is to become a walking oxymoron. A Christian without
commitment is such an oxymoron. That's why I was so disturbed when
a friend shared a statement from presidential candidates at a
Christian college. When asked, "What has changed the most in
the past 20 years with young people who are entering college?"
all the candidates said that young adults today are far less
willing to commit to anything.
we are talking about career, marriage, or faith, studies back up
their observation. In 2008, more than half of people ages 20 to 24
had been with their current employer for less than a year.
Although the recession has dampened this somewhat, young adults
are still floundering when it comes to embracing a calling.
Marriage, especially, has suffered; according to U.S. Census data,
young adults are marrying later than ever. A 2006 PBS documentary,
Generation Next, gave some insight into why: desire for adventure,
career advancement, and prolonged adolescence. Lack of commitment
is also hitting religion—hard. Studies suggest that the iPod
generation is choosing which aspects of the faith to adopt to
create their own unique spiritual playlists.... Read this in full
5,000 teenagers gathered at the recent Presbyterian Youth
Triennium know the issues of the world: the environment, poverty,
and war, to name a few.
that knowledge must now translate into action -— and the
youth at Triennium can make that happen, said the Rev. Tony
Campolo, speaking at the closing worship July 24.
are an unusual generation. I’ve lived a long time, and you
are the generation I’ve been waiting for," he said. "We
cannot have the world go on like it has gone on. You’re the
generation that has to stop it."
wants to transform us into instruments of justice, Campolo said.
He recited part of the Lord's Prayer: Thy will be done, on earth
as it is in heaven. We are called to promote justice and love
while we are alive on earth, he said.... Read this in full at
Seminary's Hartford Institute for Religion Research partnered with
Leadership Network to conduct the largest national representative
study of megachurch attendees to date. The term megachurch
generally refers to any Protestant congregation with a sustained
average weekly attendance of 2000 persons or more in its worship
are typically located in suburban areas of rapidly growing sprawl
cities such as Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Orlando,
Phoenix and Seattle. These churches are often prominently
situated on large properties near major highways.... Read this in
REVIEW NAMES MOST, LEAST RELIGIOUS CAMPUSES
Young University was named the nation’s most religious
campus, and Sarah Lawrence College the least religious, in new
rankings released Aug. 3.
Princeton Review released the 2011 edition of their yearly
assessment of “The Best 373 Colleges,” which included
rankings of the most and least religious students.
BYU rose from second place in last year’s rankings; it also
ranked first in the list of “Stone-Cold Sober Schools,”
an honor which the school has held for 13 consecutive years.
of the schools with the most religious student bodies hold some
kind of church affiliation, other than the U.S. Air Force Academy
(Colo.), which came in 14th.
the other side of the spectrum, Sarah Lawrence College in New York
took the lead as having the least religious students, up from the
No. 9 spot last year. Also in the top 10, in the No. 8 spot, is
Presbyterian-affiliated Macalester College in Minnesota... Read
this in full at
WITH EVERY CHOICE
virtue is a form of obedience to God. Every evil word or act is a
form of rebellion against Him. This may not be clear at first;
but, if we think patiently, we shall find that it is true. Why
were you angry? You will probably find that it was because you
were not willing to accept the world as God has made it; or
because you were not willing to leave it to God to deal with the
people that He has made.”
Stephen Neill (1900-1984), The
Christian Character, London: Lutterworth Press, 1955, p. 17
REALLY CAN HELP TO CURE THE SICK
power of prayer really is capable of healing the sick, according
to a research team. The virtually blind could see better and the
near-deaf showed a marked improvement in their hearing, it is
academics studied the effects of prayer in Mozambique and Brazil
where spiritual healing for the blind and deaf is common.
the African country, a woman named Maryam could not see a hand
with two raised fingers from a distance of one foot. But a healer
put her hand on Maryam’s eyes, hugged her and prayed for a
minute. She then held up five fingers which Maryam was able to
count from the same distance, it is claimed.
went on to read the 20/125 line on an eye chart -– meaning
she had 40% sharpness of vision, if judged against 20/20 or 100%
perfect vision. Other visually-impaired people also showed
improvement after prayers, it was claimed. The US team from
Indiana University, led by religious studies professor Candy
Gunther Brown, also reported that two deaf subjects showed a 50
decibel improvement in their hearing after spiritual
intervention.... Read this in full at
have to repent of our blindness, our lukewarmness, and our
disobedience, and turn back to the central truth of Christ as Lord
and Saviour; an ethical system will not save us here, nor a timid
sentimentalism, nor an excited emotional return, nor a dilettante
have to find that deep contrition which is the condition of His
abiding. Repentance is not a mere feeling of sorrow or contrition
for an act of wrongdoing. The regret I feel when I act impatiently
or speak crossly is not repentance.
is contrition for what we are in our fundamental beings, that we
are wrong in our deepest roots because our internal government is
by Self and not by God. And it is an activity of the whole person.
Unless I will to be different, the mind will not follow.
repentance brings an urge to be different, because of the sense of
the incessant movement of what I am, forming, forming, forming
what I shall be in the years to come.”
(1887-1950), The Notebooks of Florence Allshorn, London: SCM
Press, 1957, p. 104
people are hungry not for bread only, but they are hungry for ...
love. Many people are not only naked for want of a piece of cloth,
but they are naked for human dignity ... Homelessness is not only
not having a home made of bricks, but homelessness is being
rejected, unwanted, unloved, uncared for. People have forgotten
what the human touch is, what it is to smile, for somebody to
smile at them, somebody to recognize them, somebody to wish them
WORLD'S PRAYER GUIDE
World might just be one of the most popular and influential
evangelical books you've never read. Since 1974, the daily,
country-by-country prayer guide has sold 2.5 million copies in six
editions, including about 400,000 for the 2001 (most recent)
edition. Canadian Jason Mandryk, a missionary researcher with
Worldwide Evangelization for Christ International, has taken the
reins as author of the newest edition, which will be published in
Sept. Christianity Today editor at large Stan Guthrie spoke with
Mandryk about shaping the edition in the wake of numerous changes
in the political, economic, and religious spheres in a post-9/11
What are the most significant changes to Operation World since the
The global church has extended itself into new areas, even while
it faces a growing crisis of confidence in the Western world.
Since the invasion of Iraq, the Middle East has seen an
acceleration of the exodus of traditionally Christian peoples on a
scale that dwarfs the praiseworthy increase in believers from a
How has the book changed to reflect a post-9/11 world?
9/11 profoundly affected issues of security in missionary work and
the interface of politics and religion in many countries. What has
gone into the book reflects this; we have struggled to discover
the entire ministry that goes on in many of these places, and have
needed to be much more circumspect in how we report it. But in the
unevangelized world, 9/11 was a non-event, or at least far down on
the list of pressing issues that shape the nature and dynamics of
Christian ministry.... Read this interview in full at
Through Ramadan Prayer Calendar
Urged, Equipped to Pray During Islam's Holy Month
is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not
cease loving a person, and never give up hope for him, for even
the Prodigal Son who had fallen most low, could still be saved.
The bitterest enemy and also he who was your friend could again be
your friend; love that has grown cold can kindle again.”
WITHOUT THE CHURCH?
Rice has been much in the news because of her announcement that
she is leaving Christianity. No more church for her, she says. Not
that she is abandoning Christ -- just the institutional church. “I
refuse to be anti-gay,” she says. “I refuse to be
anti-feminist. I refuse to be anti-artificial birth control. I
refuse to be anti-Democrat. I refuse to be anti-secular humanism.
I refuse to be anti-science. I refuse to be anti-life.”I
found Anne Rice’s 2005 spiritual autobiography, Called Out
of the Darkness, where she chronicled her return to Catholicism,
very moving. It was clear that she had come to a genuine faith in
I read her comments about homosexuality -- very personal comments,
expressing her devotion to her gay son -- in that book, however, I
said “Uh oh!” to myself. Not because I was ready to
question her faith commitment on that score, but because I worried
that that sort of strong advocacy she was expressing would
alienate her from Evangelicals and conservative Catholics -- the
folks most likely otherwise to celebrate her marvelous testimony
of profound Christian commitment. It is clear now that the
alienation has gotten to her. Some folks obviously wanted to use
her to support their agenda, and she has refused to play along.
am saddened by her decision. At the same time, I am encouraged by
her clear testimony of a continuing commitment to Jesus Christ....
Read this in full at
GRAHAM LIBRARY HONORS CRUSADE'S MUSIC LEADER CLIFF BARROWS
Barrows, music and program director for the Billy Graham
Evangelistic Association (BGEA), is the highlight of a two-month
special exhibit now on display at the Billy Graham Library in
Charlotte, NC. According to a news release, "Cliff Barrows
Tribute: A Singing Faith," will provide visitors with a
fascinating glimpse of one of evangelist Billy Graham's closest
friends and ministry partners.
87, was born in Ceres, Calif., the son of a farmer. His
association with Billy Graham began in 1945 at a Youth For Christ
rally in Western North Carolina. Only one other living person,
Crusades soloist George Beverly Shea - now 101 - has served in
ministry with Graham longer.... Read this in full at
THE PRICE TAGS
Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard told a story of
thieves who broke into a jewelry store and didn't steal anything;
they simply rearranged the price tags. The next morning, the
expensive jewelry was sold as junk, and the junk jewelry was sold
as expensive. His point is obvious. We live in a world where
someone has rearranged the price tags.
is this switching of price tags more evident than in the area of
self-esteem. In our culture, people are valued for how they look,
what they can do or even what they have, but rarely for who they
are. In our world, you have to be beautiful by mathematical
standards (and yes there is a formula for beauty -- it's all about
ratios), entertaining (not talented, but entertaining), and if you
are not, the world has no place for you. If you can't make the Top
100 in the world on some list, you are nothing.
pressure on self-esteem has devastating consequences in the lives
our young adults. Young men commit heinous acts just to prove to
someone they are a man. Young women get involved in destructive
relationships because they are told they are nothing is they do
not follow the culture's standards.... Read this in full at
G. Jeffrey MacDonald
American clergy is suffering from burnout, several new studies
show. And part of the problem, as researchers have observed, is
that pastors work too much. Many of them need vacations, it’s
true. But there’s a more fundamental problem that no amount
of rest and relaxation can help solve: congregational pressure to
forsake one’s highest calling.
pastoral vocation is to help people grow spiritually, resist their
lowest impulses and adopt higher, more compassionate ways. But
churchgoers increasingly want pastors to soothe and entertain
them. It’s apparent in the theater-style seating and giant
projection screens in churches and in mission trips that involve
more sightseeing than listening to the local people.
a result, pastors are constantly forced to choose, as they work
through congregants’ daily wish lists in their e-mail and
voice mail, between paths of personal integrity and those that
portend greater job security. As religion becomes a consumer
experience, the clergy become more unhappy and unhealthy.... Read
this in full at
QUICK QUESTION FOR DEEPAK CHOPRA
love what the prodigal's father did when he saw his wayward son
from afar off: he ran. You have to realize, in Jesus' day, men
wore robes. A man's robe would have a slit down the side, so that
he could work and not be hindered. Because of the slit, a man
would never run or even jog in his robe because if he did, he
would expose his leg. According to Jewish law, exposing that part
of your body -- your upper thigh -- was downright shameful. But
this loving, patient, forgiving, intimate father didn't care. I
know that pride is one of the seven deadly sins, but I know
something about being a dad, and as far as I'm concerned, this was
one proud father who couldn't have cared less that he was making
himself look foolish.
is not just proud of you; he's crazy about you. You don't have to
earn his admiration with your performance. Everyone else might
think you're a loser, but to God, you're a beautiful winner; he's
proud of you just because of who you are.”
Groeschel, in his book What is God Really Like?
UNCOVER PHILISTINE TEMPLE IN GOLIATH'S HOMETOWN
in Israel recently discovered a Philistine temple at the site
where the giant warrior Goliath’s hometown would have been.
temple ruins are located in the ancient city of Gath and dates
back to the 10th century B.C., according to Prof. Aren Maeir of
Bar Illan University’s Martin Department of Land of Israel
Studies and Archaeology. The uncovered temple has a similar
architectural image to the one described in the Bible story of
Samson who pulled down the Philistine temple of Dagon on himself.
not saying this is the same temple where the story of Samson
occurred or that the story even did occur,” said Maeir, who
has directed the excavation at the site for the past 13 years, to
The Jerusalem Post. “But this gives us a good idea of what
image whoever wrote the story would have had of a Philistine
temple.” .... Read this in full at
HEIR HAS HIGH HOPES
author Carole Lewis stands at the front of the church sharing her
tale of woe: bankruptcy, a daughter's death, a husband's prostate
cancer, a home destroyed by a hurricane. Pastor Sheila Schuller
Coleman stands nearby, listening attentively.
Coleman nor the congregation seems particularly fazed by Lewis'
litany of tragedies. Instead, they wait for what everyone seems to
know is coming: a positive message. And then, as if on cue, Lewis
delivers. "God has been so faithful to our family,"
Lewis says, as Coleman and others nod in agreement.
an ordinary Sunday at the Crystal Cathedral, the gleaming Orange
County megachurch built on a message of transforming misfortune
into blessings. The hundreds of parishioners seem to crave the
optimism, with some murmuring "make it a great week" as
they stream out.... Read this in full at
AND A WHISPER
you ever experienced the nudge of the Holy Spirit in your life?
Are you able to recognize that God is alive and that He is
actively working in every circumstance of your particular
situation? Leonard Sweet's latest book, Nudge: Awakening Each
Other to the God Who's Already There, encourages all believers to
live every moment of their lives in holy awareness of Jesus'
activity all around them. Sweet contends that most people who
claim to follow Christ are more adept at gaining attention than at
paying attention, furiously beating bushes that advance their
personal interests while not paying attention to the burning
bushes all around them that showcase God's activities. When
believers begin to focus upon God's activity all around them
rather than on their own needs and desires, they will begin to not
only notice what God is doing all around them, but will also be
able to interpret and respond.... Read this in full at
Hybels’ latest book is The Power of a Whisper: Hearing God,
Having the Guts to Respond. It casts a vision for what life can
look like when God’s followers choose to hear from heaven as
they navigate life on earth. Whispers that arbitrate key
decisions, nudges that rescue from dark nights of the soul,
promptings that spur on growth, urgings that come by way of
another person, inspiration that opens once-glazed-over eyes to
the terrible plight people face in this world -- through firsthand
accounts spanning 57 years of life, more than 30 of which have
been spent in the trenches of ministry, Hybels promotes passion in
Christ-followers' hearts for being wide open to hearing from God,
and for getting gutsier about doing exactly what he says to do.
More information is available at
MILLION AMERICANS LEAVE CHURCH ANNUALLY; 'reDISCOVER CHURCH'
BOOKLETS INVITE THEM BACK
church in the United States is in a general state of decline, with
fewer than one in five Americans attending on a regular basis and
almost 8 million -- 150,000 per week -- leaving churches each
year. To help invite them back, Outreach Inc. is offering
"reDiscover Church," a 37-page booklet that can help
church members reach out to family, friends, neighbors, and
"reDiscover Church" booklet, customizable for individual
churches, discusses 10 reasons why people leave church, and why
they come back. The booklet also helps equip members for national
"Back to Church Sunday" (www.backtochurch.com) Sept. 12,
a movement that seeks to reach people who once attended church and
invites them to a special Sunday service.
people have left churches across America, but the good news is,
many will return if somebody simply invites them," said Ed
Stetzer, president of LifeWay Research, who also is a pastor,
author and columnist for "Outreach" magazine. "This
simple booklet is a powerful resource to bring them back."
.... Read this in full at
GOD AT THE
the hit movie "The Bucket List" ended and lights came
up, the Rev. Bill Humphreys asked for comments. "In the end,
the only thing that that really mattered was relationship,"
someone said, and the discussion took off.
discussion took place in "God at the Box Office," a
class led by Humphreys at the Synod of Lakes and Prairies' Synod
School 2010 during the last week in July. Described in its catalog
as "a learning and personal enrichment experience," the
annual event takes place each summer at Buena Vista University....
Read this in full at
content to be a child, and let the Father proportion out daily to
thee what light, what power, what exercises, what straits, what
fears, what troubles He sees fit for thee.”
said, ‘Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder
them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.’”
WEEK'S HYMN: TAKE MY LIFE AND LET IT BE
Frances R. Havergal, 1874
Louis J. Hérold, 1830
my life, and let it be consecrated, Lord, to Thee.
my moments and my days; let them flow in ceaseless praise.
my hands, and let them move at the impulse of Thy love.
my feet, and let them be swift and beautiful for Thee.
my voice, and let me sing always, only, for my King.
my lips, and let them be filled with messages from Thee.
my silver and my gold; not a mite would I withhold.
my intellect, and use every power as Thou shalt choose.
my will, and make it Thine; it shall be no longer mine.
my heart, it is Thine own; it shall be Thy royal throne.
my love, my Lord, I pour at Thy feet its treasure store.
myself, and I will be ever, only, all for Thee.
clasp the hands in prayer is the beginning of an uprising against
the disorder of the world.”
PRAY FOR PERSECUTED
the following list as your daily prayer guide. Think of a brother
or situation that applies and lift them up in prayer.
agreeing in prayer with you for God’s blessings to overtake
Favor with God and man
Be in God’s
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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