Category Archives: technology

Jesus can clean your heart with His disruptive innovation–catch the wave

Perhaps churches try to make things look too good on the outside, without getting down to business on the inside of people’s hearts. However, Jesus can clean your heart with a disruptive innovation (a term coined by Clayton M. Christensen in … Continue reading

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Mental apps have terms & conditions

Be careful what apps you allow to be installed in your psyche! Don’t accept everything that pops up in your mental app store. When a tormenting app pops up in your mind, don’t agree with its terms & conditions. If … Continue reading

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Own-mind security protects against mind-hackers

Use own-mind security. Protect yourself against head-hackers that strive to drain your brain of common sense, corrupt your conscience, and blow up your belief system. Here are 4 own-mind security techniques can give you the moral fiber to help you … Continue reading

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Communication in Contemporary Culture vs. Communication in Church

Communication in our culture changes — what will be next? So why shouldn’t communication in church services change to better connect with contemporary culture? What we don’t need is “a failure to communicate.” –The way our culture communicates continually changes … Continue reading

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Je suis en Christ!

In a world where the words “Thou shall not kill,” are no longer in our vocabulary — Je suis en Christ! In a world full of mean words and violent actions — Je suis en Christ! In a world full … Continue reading

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