mutemath: Playing drums in Os Gemeos’ installation at the MOCA in Los Angeles
Looking forward to a great day with some great friends.
This 98 minute interview that I did with Rick Warren was recorded on May 1, 2011, during the Desiring God Regional Conference at Saddleback Church. It’s the fulfillment of a commitment we made when Rick was not able to come in person to the Desiring God National Conference in Minneapolis in October, 2010.
It’s funny how we are quick to say that the “church”(as a whole) has hurt us, therefore we choose to no longer attend church… yet in choosing to remain in that offense, we’ve forgot the simple fact that we are to forgive (whether or not an apology is given). We stink at forgiveness. Eph. 4:32 - Charizomai
To Transform a City | LeadershipJournal.net →
Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, recently spoke to New York City church leaders about something that concerns them all: reaching the city for Christ. Leadership editor Marshall Shelley was there, and after you read this article, read Shelley’s interview with Tim Keller and Bill Hybels “Leadership in the City.” This article is a condensed version...
Causing Parents to Rejoice. By R.C. Sproul →
Honoring our parents is not always an easy task, especially in adulthood, when determining how to submit to our mothers and fathers is often not clear to us. Yet there is a general rule we can follow in order to make sure that godly parents are honored in the main direction in our lives, and that rule is outlined in
Always Abounding in the Work of the Lord →
Alive in Christ 6 Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in...– Colossians 2:6-15
ROWAN GILLSON | CHRISTIAN PHOTOGRAPHY →
I’m a missionary masquerading as a professional photographer who owns his own photography training company. I like to think of myself as a travel photographer and I have a passion for using my camera to expand and strengthen the Kingdom of God. To date I’ve been to 35 or so countries on five continents.
Photos from North Korea. Interesting. (Props to... →
How do you photograph one of the most secretive countries in the world? For Charlie Crane the answer was simple, photograph what they want you to see. If there is no possibility of getting underneath the surface then the answer was to photograph the surface itself. This series is taken from a larger body of work in Pyongyang, the capital city of North Korea. Although not commonly thought of as...