Ordinary churchgoers from Canada and the U.S. spent 10 weeks on a grueling 6,759 km extraordinary pilgrimage; “cycling to end poverty” in an adventure-type charity ride hosted by the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA).
Earlier this year the governors of Felix Varela Morales high school in Jaguey Grande, Cuba, made a decision inconceivable 40 years ago. They assigned students to research and report on the lives of two Christian leaders from that city of 25,000.
But can understanding personality really make an office or construction site or non-profit organization run more effectively? My experience tells me the answer is a resounding yes!
Every day has its task; every week, its duties; every meeting, its agenda. You want to know what really kills our rest? Work that should have been finished, and could have been finished, but isn’t finished. Unfinished assignments absolutely bar the way into joyful rest
Game of Thrones is art. It may be bad art or art to be avoided, but it is art. It is a product of our culture and it contributes to the discussion about what it means to be human. Christians have some important things to say on this topic, and should not exclude themselves from the table. All Christians should be paying attention to this conversation, and some Christians might need to pay attention to the contribution that Game of Thrones is making.