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1. The Chaplaincy Job Network
The Chaplaincy Job Network
Nearly every state in the U.S. has openings for chaplains: military, corporate, hospital, hospice, and geriatric positions. There are many excellent benefits and salary packages throughout the country. The job opportunities list below are updated daily, and there are many more openings in each st...
Culture & Society - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 05:22:35
2. The Aberfan Disaster :: Forty Years Later
The Aberfan Disaster :: Forty Years Later
On Friday, 21st October, 1966, at 09:15, colliery waste tip number 7 (containing unwanted rock from the local mine) slid down Merthyr Mountain. As it collapsed, it destroyed 20 houses and a farm before going on to demolish virtually all of Pantglas Junior School and part of the separate senior sc...
Culture & Society - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:54:21
3. Demographics Made Slightly Less Difficult
The term "demographics" refers to statistical data gleaned from the national census, relating to the population and the profile of particular socioeconomic groups living within a specific city, county, town, zip code, or census tract. This site is designed with the church planter in mind, althoug...
culture-and-society - Mon, 21 Nov 2011 13:40:22
4. Healthcare Chaplains: Physicians of Souls
Healthcare Chaplains: Physicians of Souls
Some people never give serious thought to eternal things until a crisis erupts in their lives that require hospitalization, whether serious illness or accident. Hospitals work around the clock with teams of professionals dedicated to addressing the physical needs of their clientele, but many have...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 20:42:08
5. Post-Congregational Christianity: Following Jesus Outside the Box of Organized Religion
Several years ago, George Barna wrote a book entitled Revolution that described the current state of evangelical Christianity in America where 30% of those who would describe themselves as "followers of Jesus Christ" no longer attend traditional church services on Sunday. Barna predicted that in ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 07 Mar 2009 22:18:46
6. Bivocational Ministry: The Art of Tentmaking
One of the most famous tentmakers of all time was the Apostle Paul, the human author of two-thirds of the New Testament! In fact, that's where the term "tentmaker" comes from, because he and some of his close friends (Aquila & Priscilla) made tents for a living while they shared the Gospel in the...
business-and-work - Mon, 23 Feb 2009 21:47:31
7. The Shack :: by William P. Young
Mackenzie Allen Philips' youngest daughter, Missy, has been abducted during a family vacation and evidence that she may have been brutally murdered is found in an abandoned shack deep in the Oregon wilderness. Four years later in the midst of his Great Sadness, Mack receives a suspicious note, ap...
arts-and-design - Fri, 08 Aug 2008 22:19:37
8. Simple Church: The Way Jesus Intended It
"Simple church" is sometimes referred to as "organic church" or "house church," versus the more traditional approach of using a dedicated church building for programs, worship services, and outreach. The simple church relies heavily on personal relationships to reach people with the Gospel of Jes...
culture-and-society - Sun, 18 Jan 2009 11:58:07
9. Evangelical Christianity in the UK & Ireland
This lens was created to explore the variety and depth of conservative, evangelical Christianity in the UK and Ireland. Although the term "evangelical" is claimed nowadays by nearly everyone, it should be pointed out that the phrase refers to those who embrace a whole-hearted allegiance to the au...
culture-and-society - Tue, 05 Aug 2008 10:22:24
10. Yorkshire Terriers :: The Best Things Come in Small Packages!
How can anyone resist such an adorable face? We have really enjoyed our Yorkshire Terriers over the years, especially the one who joined our family when we moved to the United Kingdom in 2004. This site brings together some photos, blogs, and resources for those considering a Yorkie, or for those...
pets-and-animals - Thu, 24 Apr 2008 09:07:32
11. Pontypridd, Wales
Pontypridd is a regional market town, situated 10 miles north of Cardiff, the capitol city of Wales. Located in the South Wales Valleys, an area famous for its deep coal mines of a bygone era, Pontypridd is still a major transport hub and a bustling business center for outlying villages. The mark...
travel-and-places - Sat, 15 Sep 2007 19:36:36
12. Stuff Nobody Told Me About Church Planting
A good friend of mine, Steve Nerger, has an unpublished book entitled "Stuff Nobody Told Me About Church Planting." We've talked about working on the project together and finding a publisher, but I ended up in Wales and he's now working with the North American Mission Board in Alpharetta. Maybe s...
culture-and-society - Fri, 14 Sep 2007 19:58:30
13. Military Chaplains: Serving God in Combat Boots
Every branch of military in Canada the United Kingdom and the United States employ ministers of many faith groups to work alongside service personnel, even in combat situations.Photo slagheap
culture-and-society - Fri, 14 Sep 2007 16:52:58
14. Heroin Addiction: Faith-Based Recovery & Restoration
Heroin is one of the most addictive illegal drugs on the streets today. What can be done to break out of this impenetrable prison? What can a friend or family member do for someone they see wasting away under its influence. This lens is dedicated to proving resources and direction for a holistic ...
healthy-living - Thu, 13 Sep 2007 21:57:29
15. So You Don't Want to Go to Church Anymore?
Over the past couple of years, a book has quietly been taking shape on the internet, one chapter at a time. It was being written under the pseudonym of "Jake Colsen" but the authors were eventually revealed to be Wayne Jacobsen and Dave Coleman. It has recently been put into printed form and the ...
culture-and-society - Fri, 07 Sep 2007 13:03:13
16. Church Planters' Blogs
I love to read the musings of those who have committed their lives to planting churches! Normally, they have moved into another dimension of ministry that requires creativity, thinking outside the box, flexibility, and a very clear focus on how to reach people who do not know Christ. These are mo...
culture-and-society - Wed, 31 Jan 2007 08:30:39
17. Church Planting Networks
The greatest mistake I ever made in trying to plant a new church was working without a team or a network to support me. The entire "church planting vision" you so enthusiastically embrace can quickly turn into "Nightmare on Elm Street" without a net; and you would be safer walking a tightrope wit...
culture-and-society - Fri, 12 Jan 2007 13:21:46
18. Macintosh Computers
This lens has been created for those interested in exploring the Macintosh computer world, including related software, tech toys, and other accessories. I bought one of the very first Macs: a screaming 128K beige box with a tiny screen and one floppy disk that held 400K of data. With an additiona...
computers-and-electronics - Sun, 15 Oct 2006 13:58:37
19. Bill Lollar: An American in Wales
I live in Wales: I'm not Welsh, but an American who's been living in the UK for over two years now. We came here to share the Christian gospel through low-key, long-term relationships and to plant reproducible, organic churches as God brings people to faith in Jesus Christ.My wife and nineteen-ye...
culture-and-society - Sat, 07 Oct 2006 07:09:13
20. Satellite Navigation Systems: In-Car & Portable Devices
Satellite navigation ("sat nav") is making European travel much easier for tourists and long-time residents, especially in places where there is a language barrier. As long as you know where you're going, it doesn't matter than you cannot read or pronounce the road/street signs.As an American liv...
computers-and-electronics - Fri, 08 Sep 2006 20:44:38
21. Relational Evangelism
Personally, I don't understand why Jehovah's Witnesses and Mormons go door to door, unless they get some sort of sadistic glee of getting rejected for their faith. When someone I don't know comes to my door, I don't care who they represent or what they're selling, it's an invasion of my home and ...
culture-and-society - Thu, 15 Mar 2007 21:32:23
22. Church Planter Training
Since there are many different church planting models, from very simple house churches to the complex (and expensive) high-yield approach, a number of organizations offer training to those who believe God has called them to a church planting ministry. Some of these training events are intensive, ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 26 Aug 2006 10:08:55
23. Internet Churches: Online Christian Worship Via Web Technology
I can remember when the very first "cyber church" or "internet church" hit the grapevine on campus at my seminary. Everyone was absolutely shocked that anyone would be interested in being part of an online church. It's one thing to offer audio downloads of sermons for the shut-ins and those who m...
culture-and-society - Wed, 18 Oct 2006 13:53:57
24. God Loves Broken People
The LORD is close to the brokenhearted; he rescues those who are crushed in spirit. (Psalm 34:18)He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. (Psalm 147:3)The Spirit of the Sovereign LORD is on me, because the LORD has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to ...
culture-and-society - Wed, 20 Sep 2006 18:18:25
25. Redneck Preservation Society
What is a "redneck"? The latest Wikipedia describes a redneck as "a particular stereotype of whites from the Southern United States. The word can be used either as a pejorative or as a matter of pride, depending on context." One man observes that, "Being a 'real' Redneck is so much more than driv...
culture-and-society - Tue, 11 Sep 2007 10:52:15
26. Church Planting: It's Not Rocket Science! Or Is It?
This lens was created to promote the planting of God-centered evangelical churches throughout the nations. There is an diverse listing of links to other church planting lenses, as well as a collection of resources to explore.Widely divergent views exist within evangelicalism regarding the subject...
culture-and-society - Fri, 08 Sep 2006 07:37:29
27. Hospice Chaplains: Offering Hope at the End of Life
Most people don't like to think about death, even though it's evitable for everyone. As the saying goes, "The only things that are certain are death and taxes!" But when someone comes face to face with death, they begin to ask serious questions about their eternal future: "Is there life after dea...
culture-and-society - Wed, 26 Sep 2007 09:07:07
28. Tony Blair's Legacy
Tony Blair served as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom beginning in 1997. Until that time, Blair's Labour Party had been "in opposition" (or in the minority political position) for eighteen years.Over the next ten years, Mr. Blair was the target of mounting criticism within the United King...
culture-and-society - Mon, 23 Feb 2009 21:27:04
29. Missional Church: What's All the Buzz About?
A missional [church structure] is rooted in Gods character and purpose as a sending or missionary God. Therefore, its starting point is the missional nature of The Trinity. God the Father sent the Son. God the Father and the Son sends the Spirit. God the Father, the Son and the Spirit sends the ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 21 Feb 2009 20:40:02

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