Our Savior wasn’t a commuter, He moved in.
A team within our Google group started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment.
Christians come together on Sunday because it is the day that Christ rose from the dead.
We willingly give sacrificially because of Christ’s sacrificial giving of Himself.
We bear one another’s burdens because Christ bore all of our burdens on the cross.
And we lay our lives down for others because Christ laid down His life for us.
adapted from The End of the Law by Jason C. Meyer
For a limited time this e-book, written by Ted Kluck, on Jeremy Lin is available for free.
The Most Surprising Sports Hero of Our Time
From avid sports fans to casual culture-watchers, it seems no one can get enough of Jeremy Lin. He captured the attention of the nation in just a few weeks’ time as he went from unknown underdog to rescuer of the woebegone New York Knicks. Everything from his race (Asian-American) to his alma mater (Harvard) has made Lin one of the most unusual sports stars in years. But what forces have shaped Jeremy Lin into who he is today, and what motivates him to keep striving toward his goals?
Bestselling, award-winning author Ted Kluck uses his unique backgrounds in sports writing and faith writing to uncover the fascinating world of an out-of-nowhere star who continues to surprise.
“Every new idea is just a mashup of two previous ideas.” – Austin Kleon
I am really looking forward to reading this book.
At the end of the day we are all working off of what God has created. The teacher in Ecclesiastes confirms this, “there is nothing new under the sun.”
*Of course he is nuancing the word “stealing”