Welcome to the 411th edition of the Christian Carnival. Christian blog writers share their best post (one post only) from the previous week. Topic is not necessarily about Christianity but must reflect a Christian worldview, and the writer must be Christian to qualify. You can see who’ll be hosting future Carnivals (and/or submit your own post) on the Christian Carnival home page.
I’ve been a bad blogger lately if blogging consistency counts for anything (and it does), so I have no post of my own to add to this carnival. There have been a few changes to the Carnival in the last few months, including new categories for submissions and a new Facebook page. Here are this week’s posts, arranged in the order they were received, and within the categories to which they were submitted by the authors.
Josh presents 25 Great Waiting Quotes posted at What Christians Want To Know, saying “We all struggle with waiting. Whether it be waiting in line or waiting on God it is a struggle for us all. Take a look at these great quotes and verses.”
Christian Amit presents Jesus Heals the Woman with Blood Issue posted at Bible Study Lessons | Free Inductive Study Guide, saying “Bible study lesson on healing of woman with the issue of blood on Mark 5:24-34. Her faith in Jesus. Why did she touch Him? How was she instantly healed? Faith lessons and life applications.”
Brandon Peters presents Putting My Future Fully in His hands posted at INSPIKS, saying “The end of December 2010 was probably the craziest time of my life. After getting home from Bible school I told God to do whatever He needed so that I could fully live for Him. I found out that is a very dangerous prayer.”
Lahesha Williams presents 5 Tips for Proper Time Management in College posted at Lahesha Williams, saying “Many students do not know how to manage their time while they are in school. They think they have loads of free time, when in fact, they are just procrastinating all of their homework and tests. Here are 5 tips to develop some time management skills.”
Lisa Battista23 presents The Top 40 Informative Forums for Theology Students and Educators posted at Theology Degrees Online, saying, “You don’t have to be studying theology to be confused and curious about different religions and beliefs. From the most devout to the most skeptical, many people have questions about their own beliefs as well as others. These incredible forums offer information from experts as well as bloggers who are interested in sharing their knowledge with others.”
Engelbert Hudson presents 30 Incredible Q&A Sites to Help You Understand the Bible posted at Biblical Learning Blog, saying “The Bible is not an easy area of study. With thousands of years of history and various versions, students often have many questions. That’s where the use of Q&A sites come in. These 30 sites are incredible resources to help you better understand the Bible, and they are written by Bible experts, writers, preachers and other professionals.”