An amazing organization I've come across (link above)

Ok people, imagine if myspace were a place where you could help people from around the world? Impossible? No, Kiva.org is such a place. It is a microfinancer. Basically they give people small loans in the amount of 25 to 1,500 dollars. More so, YOU the average Joe dogooder can do the giving. In essence, every person has a page who you visit, and if you want to join in to help them, you can give them $25 towards their dream. Yes, even people in Iraq are being helped. Wouldn't it be nice to send these people a message: we want to help you, not blow you up! If you want to do take a look go to KIVA.org. The founder is featured in smithsonians 37 under 36. People who are making a difference. He seems to be a decent guy with a Christian Background. And it's cool to see that average people can really do something. Who wants to join me in sending $25 to Iraq?



Prince Caspian trailer!!!!!

Here it is, I can't wait. It looks like it's going to be a great film.




As some have noted, I'm behind on a few book reviews. I have been very busy with school as I'm graduating this month. Please pray as I finish the last few assignments and try to finish well. Pray my prof's will have mercy. On another note, I will have some reviews up towards the end of the month. Including the second leadership review, a review on a book on Francis Schaeffer, some stuff on Post-modernism and so forth. Thanks!

Cool Web Site!

How do you reach out those Mosaics (Gen-Y)? Thankfully, a great ministry in post-christian London has been doing that for a while. It's called the Damaris Project (Link above). I think of it as L'abri 2.0. I don't say that lightly. The director is an evangelist named Nick Pollard. The site has different articles dealing with ways to use the current culture to reach people and some great examples of how to do that. Furthermore, they strive to be biblically faithful and this is material you can use with middlers, high schoolers and older college students. Nick has beed doing student ministry for years in London colleges and definitely knows what he's doing.

His book "Evangelism made slightly less difficult" is a great read. He gives you a tool he calls positive deconstruction. You talk with the person you're witnessing and slowly help them unpack their world view and you begin to deconstruct it to show them their need for Christ. I hope to share more on this. It's all very schaefferian. Visit the site and book mark it. You'll be going back again and again.