Today on The Techology Show:
Dr. Bob Whitesel – Bob Whitesel, D.Min., Ph.D.
Anthony Casey – facebook.com/acasey64
Steve Stanley – facebook.com/steve.stanley
Heath Mullikin – chaseyourlion.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
Interview with Dr. Bob Whitesel
Waypoints – http://ow.ly/5U0bE
Spiritual Waypoints – http://ow.ly/5U0iK
Bob’s Amazon page – http://ow.ly/5U0qv
Organix – http://amzn.to/qkzgmS
Whitesel’s seminar from The Gatheirng – Leading Change in the Local Church
DOWNLOAD OF THE WEEK – Glary Utilities
THEY SAID IT
“Pastoral ministry, evangelism, missions, counseling and music are all, by the nature of the disciplines, incarnational, not mechanical. To think otherwise is as ludicrous as believing the Navy SEALS who took down Osama bin Laden had received all of their training online.” – Paige Patterson, President of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary explaining why he thinks theological education needs to include the sacrifice of enrolling into a resident program.
SOURCE: Southern Baptist Texan
“…when I see that the content involves a token nod to abstinence and an emphasis on ‘safer sex’ practices, I’m reminded of a saying made popular by Alcoholics Anonymous: ‘The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting different results.’” – Medical Doctor Anne Nolte in her New York Post opinion article “Why Today’s Sex Education Won’t Work.”
SOURCE: Fox News
“This is the next step in building their position in the mobile world so they can distribute Google products and services through mobile phones and tablets. They want a success with the Android platform, and this will enhance their position in the mobile marketplace, as well as defend their position through the patent portfolio.” – Analyst Clayton Moran commenting on Google’s 12.5 BILLION dollar purchase of Motorola Mobility.
Bill Hybels responds to Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz cancelling as a speaker at the Willow Creek Association’s Global Leadership Summit
August 31 – Dr. Bob Cranston & Paige Cunningham (Bioethics and Today’s Christian: Finding Your Way Through the Morass of Today’s Overwhelming Medical Ethical Dilemmas)