From Jen Oshman:
When my husband and I sensed God calling us to plant a church in our new neighborhood, the man we consider our spiritual father had some wise words for us.
“Do not get busy,” he said. “If you want to minister to your neighbors and your community, you need to be home. Don’t make a bunch of commitments. Just be there. They will come.”
I didn’t believe him.
Just a few decades of difference could help resolve an ongoing debate over the extent of Solomon’s biblical kingdom, making findings like these more than a minor quibble in a politically contested part of the world.
This could take a while to filter through but it could lead to some reconsiderations.
Lex Loizides continues his research. Here’s a quote from Bramwell Booth
If extravagances have gathered round the subject in some quarters, they ought not to be permitted to obscure the central fact, which is that the healing of the sick by special immediate Divine interposition, in answer to prayer and faith, has undoubtedly occurred. Surely there is nothing surprising in this. On the contrary, it would have been surprising had it been otherwise.
Twitter can be confusing and of course full of nastiness. There’s a better way. Some good, positive tips from Michael Nielsen
Twitter has made a huge positive impact on my life. Lots of people complain about it, so I wanted to write some notes about how I use it.
Love to hear others’ strategies too.
— michael_nielsen (@michael_nielsen) March 20, 2018