Today on The Techology Show:

Matt & Emily Miller – mattmiller32@gmail.com

Matt and Emily Miller are both graduates of Southern Wesleyan University. Active in ministry for the last ten years, each has passion to minister to the marginalized of our society. They have three kids Ethan, Cora and Tabitha.

Anthony Casey – @acasey64

Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com

Jeremy Geerdes – facebook.com/jrgeerdes

Interview with Matt & Emily

Community Based Ministries Cafés

THEY SAID IT

The world’s first laboratory-grown beef burger was flipped out of a petri dish and into a frying pan on Monday, with food tasters declaring it tasted ‘close to meat’.

Health and Science Correspondent Kate Kelland reporting on the first genetically raised meat patty produced in vitro and costing $332,000.

SOURCE: Reuters

In the space of a couple of months in 2006, when Phillips was 14 and should have been a ninth-grader, an attempt to escape an abusive home became a descent into human trafficking. She was plucked out of the grocery store, pressed into the domestic service of a drug dealer and ultimately taken to Chicago and forced into prostitution.

Des Moines Register reporter Jason Noble chronicling the story of Brittany Philips who was eventually rescued from sex trafficking by an undercover police officer.

SOURCE:  The Des Moines Register

Time and again, the assumption among Christian leaders, and evangelical leaders in particular, is that the key to drawing twenty-somethings back to church is simply to make a few style updates – edgier music, more casual services, a coffee shop in the fellowship hall, a pastor who wears skinny jeans, an updated Web site that includes online giving…. We’re not leaving the church because we don’t find the cool factor there; we’re leaving the church because we don’t find Jesus there.

Rachel Held Evans in an article where she gives her opinion as to why Millennials are leaving the church.

SOURCE:CNN

Australian “grandmother” to 8,000 Ugandan orphans died peacefully on Sunday afternoon in Sydney after a 14-month battle with esophageal cancer. Gleeson will best be remembered as the courageous Australian grandmother with an unshakeable faith who traded her Northern Beaches home 22 years ago for a war zone in order to rescue children from the ashes of war.

Nicole Partirdge, freelance journalist reporting on the untimely death of Australian Missionary “Mama” Irene Gleason.

SOURCE: Charisma News

Irene Gleeson Tribute from Irene Gleeson Foundation on Vimeo.

Coming Up

August 13, 2013 Jessica Harris BeggersDaughter

August 20, 2013 David Higle

September 10, 2013 Chad McCallum

September 17, 2013 Dr. Devon Smith