One of the goals of this carnival is to offer our readers a broad range of Christian thought. The carnival is open to Christians of Protestant, Orthodox, and Roman Catholic convictions. If you’ve never participated before, this is a great way to make your writing more well known and perhaps pick up some regular readers. If you’d like to submit an entry next week you’ll find detailed submission instructions at the end of this post.
Here is the June 23, 2010 edition of christian carnival ii
Robert A. McCluskey presents A Story of Confession as a Healing Ministry in a Young Christian Life posted at The Journal of Renewal, saying,
“Confession is a powerful both to the confessor and to those who hear it. Read this personal account.”
John presents Is it ” the end of the world as we know it “? Part IV: The Case for the POST-TRIBULATION RAPTURE posted at Reflections on the Christ, saying,
“It’s my thoughts on the subject above without sentiments – and with a hope to have the saints really prepared for the lord’s coming.”
BWL presents Buffett & Gates Ask Rich To Give 50% Of Their Wealth posted at Christian Personal Finance, saying,
“It’s nice to see the richest men in the world encouraging others to give…”
FMF presents The Seven Pillars of Financial Success, Pillar 5: Invest to Make Your Money Grow posted at Free Money Finance, saying,
“Biblical financial wisdom includes investing!”
“Jesus’ stiff requirements for discipleship are the same stuff that leads to good money management.”
“Why don’t churches treat visitors any better than they do?”
“The term “gender-inclusive” is actually ambiguous, and that makes it a self-antonym. Yet Bible translators insist on only using it in one of those ways.”
Andrew presents Get acquainted with Jesus. posted at Rely on God in your personal development. – New Blog.
A devotional meditation on Luke 13:25-27.
Yohan Perera presents How to install ChurchInfo in a Windows based Computer? posted at The Virtual Preacher.
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial for installing free church management software.
“As we await the G8 summit (hosted on June 25-26 in my home country of Canada) we anticipate another, even bigger earth gathering.”
Do we, like the men of Issachar, understand the times and know what we should do? That’s the challenge Ridge presents in this post.
God blogger Doug Bower offers six observations regarding Paul’s conversion which demonstrate “the Biblical Truth of the Gospel of Salvation.”
“What is it, really, that prevents us from witnessing to Muslims? Or anyone else, for that matter?”
Rey Reynoso presents The Bible Archive » Blog Archive » Doctrine For Everybody: Revelation and The Old Testament Canon posted at The Bible Archive, saying,
“Looking at what constitutes the Old Testament Canon”
We’re often tempted to skip over certain truths or passages of Scripture we think we already know. Rodney offers us a much needed word of caution in his post.
This post came in a little late and is undated, but it’s interesting so I included it anyway.
My contribution this week is Why do we pray with our eyes closed?
There’s already been a little discussion on that post; I’d love for you to join in.
That concludes this edition. Thanks for reading and participating. Submit your blog article to the next edition of christian carnival ii using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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