Do not procrastinate. Make an opportunity if you cannot find one. Death, and God's blessed Spirit, may not wait for your "right time" to come. Handbook on Revivals - 1874
Rev Henry Clay Fish
Aimee Semple McPherson My Desire as an evangelist,” she said, “I would wish that I would have a public address system mighty enough to reach every person in the world.” She is best known for her kidnapping in 1926. Shrouded in controversy, this event should not sum up her legacy. Sister Aimee was one of the most progressive, hardest working, and fruit bearing workers of the Gospel that the 20th century had ever Read More...
"You are the average of the five people you associate with the most."
“Answering a student’s question, ‘Will the heathen who have not heard the Gospel be saved?’ thus, ‘It is more a question with me whether we, who have the Gospel and fail to give it to those who have not, can be saved.”
Code for the Kingdom is a weekend hackathon for techies, designers, and entrepreneurial starters. Using prayer and technology, we tackle from a Christian perspective the challenges confronting our society, our churches, and our spiritual lives. Technology alone is insufficient. Yet God can use it as a tool for good. The weekend of June 28-30, more than 100 technologists will converge in San Francisco to use technology to help Kingdom-minded initiatives flourish. See Read More...