Today on The Techology Show:
Dennis Humphrey – dennishumphrey.com
Dennis R. Humphrey, PhD is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with 23 years of experience in the mental health industry. His specialties include counseling related to youth and young adults, marriage health, men’s issues, and career and vocational assessment. Dennis has served as a pastor, a corporate consultant and educator. Currently, he runs a private counseling practice and serves as an adjunct faculty at Trinity International University and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He and his wife Heather live in Schuamburg, IL with their four children.
Anthony Casey – @acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
Interview with Dennis Humphrey
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For $169, you’d think that would stack up nicely against Google’s $199 Nexus 7, and we hope to find out soon, but at least on paper it’s not completely competitive. Google’s tablet may cost $30 more, have one fewer camera and no microSD slot, but it does have a quad-core Tegra 3 processor inside, boasts GPS, NFC, and more motion sensors, is a touch thinner and lighter, and comes with double the storage capacity at 16GB.
Sean Hollister reporting on HP’s rumored launch into the Android Tablet market with the Slate 7 Tablet.
SOURCE: The Verge
I really don’t understand this because every one of these houses used our parking lot as a staging area to get their lumber. They disturbed us early in the morning and late at night when they were working and we had something going on at the church, but we never complained about it.
Maurice Johnson, Pastor of Mount Calvary Missionary Baptist Church responding to complaints by new community residents that the worship services are too loud.
SOURCE: The Houston Chronicle
Almost three years ago, one of our Macedonian friends told us how long and hard she had to look before she was able to find a Bible in Macedonia. It took her months of looking in Orthodox churches and bookstores. Her problem started us on a journey to find a way to make the Bible available to the Macedonian people in their own language and, almost as equally important, to give them a tool to help them read the Bible.
Matt Boyer, missionary who partnered with YouVersion to see the November 2012 release of two Macedonian Bibles on YouVersion. This is significant because “it is free and available to download on computers and phones of almost any kind. In a country with more Facebook and smartphone users per capita than America, the Bible available in Macedonian on YouVersion has the ability to penetrate into almost every other home in Macedonia!”
SOURCE: Global Partners
Oh, I had seen my share of Bible verses on placards at Gay Pride marches. That Christians who mocked me on Gay Pride Day were happy that I and everyone I loved were going to hell was clear as blue sky. That is not what Ken did. He did not mock. He engaged. So when his letter invited me to get together for dinner, I accepted. My motives at the time were straightforward: Surely this will be good for my research.
Rosaria Champagne Butterfield in her Christianity Today article “My Train Wreck Conversion: As a leftist lesbian professor, I despised Christians. Then I somehow became one.”
SOURCE: Christianity Today
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