Tag Archives: bible

Happy 400th Birthday KJV!

There’s not been too much of this story in the news but next year the King James or Authorised Version of the Bible celebrates it’s 400th birthday!
As part of the celebrations Radio 4 will feature seven hours of readings of “the most powerful stories in the Bible” from the King James in January next year. The readings will be split into 28 15 minute slots.

For the full story see The Telegraph website
For more information on the King James Version see The King James Bible Trust website

1 Corinthians 9:22

To the weak I became weak, to win the weak. I have become all things to all men so that by all possible means I might save some.
1 Corinthians 9:22

Another great post from CMS, this time from Brandon Cox on Repurposing Content for Maximum Impact. It’s a great idea to get a message out to as many people as possible, repeating it through different media; print, digital, word-of-mouth. We’re pretty good at this with event marketing material, not so good with repackaging the real stuff; sermons, bible studies, etc.

The mission has never changed: Get the gospel to the world. But the tools have multiplied many times over, allowing us to do it more efficiently than ever before.

Go, Tell and Do

a bench from sxc.hu
Great post on CMS Comparing Nike’s ‘Write the Future’ campaign with the Bench-Riding mentality in church and how we encourage it through our ‘selling’ of church as the finishing line rather than the starting block. Me thinks there might be a sermon or two in this…