Jim Krenning and I reflect on the prayer walk before we jump back into the journey for one more loop on the “prayer walk trail.” It isn’t too late to share this wonderful time in prayer with our God during the FaithTree Online Community Prayer Walk!
Let’s turn to Romans 12:11-12 and think about what God calls us to and how we get to see that at the FaithTree Online Community Prayer Walk day today.
It’s FaithTree Online Community Prayer Walk day… 🙏🚶🏻 So, as we come to the afternoon, I wanted to share a bit of encouragement on prayer from Psalm 141.
The Verge reports:
Microsoft is putting Windows in the cloud. Windows 365 is a new service that will let businesses access Cloud PCs from anywhere, streaming a version of Windows 10 or Windows 11 in a web browser. While virtualization and remote access to PCs has existed for more than a decade, Microsoft is betting on Windows 365 to offer Cloud PCs to businesses just as they shift toward a mix of office and remote work.
This reminds me a great deal of the Network Computers (NC) of the late 1990’s. Come to think of it, we have multicolored iMacs again too… did I somehow time travel?
Why did God create me? How does understanding who God is help us to better understand His love for us? As we begin a new series looking at core beliefs the Bible teaches, we start at the one who starts everything: God. (If you’re interested, we’re working our way through the Little Hills/FaithTree statement of faith — you can check that out and then we’ll cover a portion of it each week by looking at what the Bible teaches on that subject.)
Paul says we should remember the “sound words.” What does that mean? How does that apply to us? I think often today, we’re not really even sure what “sound words” are; let’s think about that for a moment.
Are you ready to Zip? This episode the Faithful Snail of Speed, Tim Butler and Jason Kettinger turn to further consideration of the recent #SCOTUS religious freedom ruling, attempts to regulate #BigTech and comfort in #Job. #ZippyTheWonderSnail 🏁🐌🏁
Jason and I are having an awful lot of fun talking about news and culture on the podcast. Love to have you join us!
Jesus tells us He will return and judge the world. What does that really mean? Should we be afraid? As we wrap up “the Future is Here,” these are the questions I delve into.
This #July4th weekend, I'm thankful for the liberties/privileges of being an American, but unquestionably value my faith more than my nationality— Joshua Wu, PhD (@joshswu) July 2, 2021
I'm not an outlier#Asian #evangelicals are most likely to value religion>being American, ~3x more likely than White evangelicals pic.twitter.com/m8MwTpRhTk
How sad that just 13% of white Evangelicals say their religious belief is more important than being American. One will pass away, one will not. Hold to Christ first and, only then, with thankfulness to Him, be grateful for the freedoms we celebrate this weekend.
When I was in the PCA, Keller often made me glad I was. Though I am not now, I’m still glad for his wisdom that benefits the Church as a whole and how he represents the “Tims” of the world. Everything in this thread applies well beyond the PCA, incidentally.