Friday’s Flip Book (3/11/11): Some Cool Free Stuff and Pray for Japan

Here’s some free stuff for the week:

Gray Matter, a book chronicling Dr. David Levy’s experience in praying for patients before surgery. One day I’ll read it, but it’s only free this month.
A short booklet by Sam Storms entitled The Restoration of All Things, talking about some tough topics. Part of a series published by The Gospel . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book (3/11/11): Some Cool Free Stuff and Pray for Japan

Friday’s Flip Book – Teaching in House Churches and Photography Trends

Here’s a few things I’ve been reading in the past week…

Felicity Dale writes her job description of a teacher (according to gifting, not a position) in a house church.
Ed Waken provides some profound insight into a plague of our day (that I myself am certainly prone to): Spiritual Information Addiction–“What if instead of simply acquiring more . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book – Teaching in House Churches and Photography Trends

Friday’s Flip Book – Christmas Eve Edition (12/24/10)

‘Twas the day before Christmas 2010. Here are some links for you as you wind down from the year:

An article at CNN on why “Christian-famous” pastor Francis Chan left his church. “Even in my own church I heard the words, ‘Francis Chan’ more than I heard the words, ‘Holy Spirit.’”
A whole mess of free Christmas music . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book – Christmas Eve Edition (12/24/10)

Friday’s Flip Book (10/22/10): Back Behind the Lens

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been trying to push myself back into art, which in my case is photography. For that reason, for this Friday’s collection of links, I wanted to highlight a few talented photographer friends of mine…check out their stuff!

I’ve known Lee for close to eight years now, and have always appreciated his . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book (10/22/10): Back Behind the Lens

Friday’s Flip Book (9/17/2010): Teaching, Tools, and Poverty

Some links around the web for you this week that caught my eye:

Neil Cole writes and insightful piece on the role of the teacher in the church, reminding us that all teaching has to bring about a transformed life marked by obedience, and that the teacher is meant to equip and release more teachers (a la . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book (9/17/2010): Teaching, Tools, and Poverty