These are a few of the things I’ve recently found interesting, but don’t have the time to properly blog on. I don’t necessarily like or agree with the links here, I just think they’re interesting. And just in case you do, too, enjoy.
Their numbers have doubled in the last five years from 600 to 1,200 nationwide. And now, more and more, a single church may become a megachurch by having branches at several locations.
100-Gbyte or 75-Gbyte consumer version could theoretically be created in the size of a postage stamp.
Interesting way to show each state’s religious breakdown.
See the ever-brilliant Dan Edelen’s series of posts: “Tough questions every American Christian will face at some point in lifeâ€”that’s a Gut Check” Dan’s a PneumaBlogger well worth checking out.
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