Today on The Techology Show:
Bud Bence – facebook.com/bud.bence
Dr. Clarence Bence (most of his friends call him “Bud”) loves church history and coffee. From 1992-2005 he was a professor of church history at Indiana Wesleyan University. After serving three years as the Vice President and Academic Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at IWU, Dr. Bence returned to his first love—classroom teaching. He retired from full-time teaching in 2011, but continues teaching part-time as Church Historian in Residence at Wesley Seminary at IWU.
Anthony Casey – @acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
Interview with Dr. Bence
THEY SAID IT
Children in foster care have had the one thing they should be able to count on fall apart, and that is their family. When you look at the sheer number of followers of Jesus, the number of congregations out there, it is very possible for a family to be waiting for every single child out there in foster care, but right now what we have are children waiting for families.
Pastor Robert Gelinas of Denver’s Colorado Community Church who wanted to give children in foster care a better life and who in 2007 started Project 1.27, a faith-based organization that encourages Christian parents to adopt.
We were disappointed. We put on a vigorous defense. We think it went well for us in the courtroom. But the jury spoke, and we respect the jury’s verdict.
Jack McMahon, defense attorney for Dr. Kermit Gosnell (Philadelphia abortion provider) who was found guilty and convicted on three counts of first-degree murder.
God has laid it on my heart to plant a seed of $2.5 million into your ministry, but God only wants me to make this gift if the ministry partners match the amount within 90 days! I feel so strongly that He wants them to be part of the supernatural wealth transfer that is coming to every believer who will obey God’s Word
An unnamed man who Benny Hinn calls a “long time beloved friend” who is interested in helping the televangelist get his ministry out of debt.
SOURCE: The Christian Post
But gluttony has never been merely an addiction to food. And if we look at it in its original definition and context, gluttony becomes far closer to home than we’d like to admit. At its simplest, gluttony is the soul’s addiction to excess.
Jason Todd in an article he has entitled The Socially Acceptable SIn.
SOURCE: Relevant Magazine
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