Today on The Techology Show:
Stephanie is Children’s Pastor at Alive Wesleyan in Central Wesleyan. She graduated from Southern Wesleyan University in 1996, is married to David Rhyne, and together they have two wonderful kids: 11 year old Ellie and 9 year old Mitchell.
Anthony Casey – facebook.com/acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
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THEY SAID IT
“They acted rashly and inappropriately, and now see the gravity of their words and actions. This is a teachable moment, not only for these students but for our entire student body and those who work with them.” – Joe Paul, Vice President for Student Affairs at Southern Mississippi University addressing the press after five members of the pep band had their scholarships revoked for yelling “Where is your green card?” to Kansas State’s Puerto Rican point guard Angel Rodriguez
“But parents are naéve to expect their children’s television viewing to be good for anything except entertainment. That’s what television is for, nothing more, nothing less. It’s my job as a parent to develop my child’s moral center. Television is not my parenting partner. I firmly believe that if I do my job well, then no TV show can strip away the core of who my children are and who they will become.” – Carla Barnhill, former editor of Christian Parenting Today and author of The Myth of the Perfect Mother responding to the question, “Are Secular Television shows with moral messages good for Christian Children?”
“For Afghan women, the act of fleeing domestic abuse, forced prostitution or even being stabbed repeatedly with a screwdriver by an abusive husband, may land them in jail while their abusers walk free.” – Human Rights Watch reporting on the plight of Afghan women who have been convicted of “moral crimes” for fleeing abusive, degrading, and life threatening situations.
April 4, 2012: Wayne Schmidt – Ministry Velocity
April 11, 2012: Beth Peterson and Aaron Dowds – Okipe.org
April 25, 2012: Mark Wilson – Filled Up, Poured Out
May 2, 2012: Dr. Bob Bagley, Area Director Africa