You're seeing lots of coverage about Hurricane Irma devastation and threat to many. But it can be hard to know how to pray for those involved. When you’re preparing for a weather emergency, you have to think beyond planning an evacuation route, stocking up on supplies, and boarding up windows. In the event of a serious storm, you also have to plan for injuries. And it can be critical to know a few life-saving skills…comments
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It’s literally my business to understand how Facebook works and hack it. Facebook serves us more of what it thinks we like. If you’re a conservative who shares posts from Fox News, Breitbart, and the Drudge Report, Facebook makes sure more of the same appears in your newsfeed. If you lean liberal and share content from the Daily Show, Rachel Maddow, and Mother Jones, Facebook will be happy to put more of the same in…comments
Christian comedians, Tim Hawkins and John Crist, team up on stage to discuss their unique takes on the Bible story of Job. See more hilarious stuff from John Crist!comments
I’m a big fan of social media. In fact, when my son was a preschooler, he said one day from the backseat of the car, “Hey! That guy on the radio just said ‘Facebook’! That’s where Mommy works!” Slow down, cowboy. It’s not where Mommy works. But I can see why you might think so. I do sort of treat it like a fulltime job. The Internet is a magnetic place, and social media is…comments
John Crist... American Chrstians' current favorite comedian. If you're not already following him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, you probably should. If not, here are 10 tweets from him that will have you laughing. Siri call father pic.twitter.com/E9u99nEEK6 — John Crist (@johnbcrist) May 25, 2017 I've never looked at a pregnancy announcement photo and thought, "this was the guy's idea." — John Crist (@johnbcrist) June 26, 2017 pic.twitter.com/bHcEA6ytjy — John Crist (@johnbcrist) June 19, 2017 Chip…comments
“I don’t know what is wrong with me,” my friend Gina lamented as we enjoyed a rare afternoon cup of coffee together. “I’ve always loved my time with God, but lately I just feel antsy, like I’m being put in a timeout or something. Five minutes, and I’m done!” I’ve been hearing this kind of thing a lot lately. People feel so harried that they can hardly find space for being alone with God, and…comments