Tsk tsk. I haven’t written a single new post this year. I love to write, and still plan to start blogging again one of these days. (If you’d like to browse through my archives in the meantime, you could begin with this link to some of my past series.) With that said, it’s my turn to host the Christian Carnival, so….
Welcome to the February 22, 2012 edition of Christian Carnival II. It may seem unnecessary to say, but I’ll say it anyway–the inclusion of a link here doesn’t imply my endorsement of any particular article or blog, although there are, as always, some thoughtful posts included in this carnival. If you’d like to submit a post for next week’s carnival please note that there is a new submission form.
Here are this week’s submissions:
Kamal Ghimire presents PC Tutorials Collection — PC Tips Tricks & Tutorial posted at PC Tips Tricks & Tutorial.
Jessica Miller presents Great Tips for Kids on FaceBook posted at Internet Service Providers, saying, “Facebook was originally created for college students in 2004. Ever since then the once small private website has grown to over 800 million uses. Not only is it for college students, but for parents, companies and children.”
Rebecca LuElla Miller presents Backwards Thinking posted at A Christian Worldview of Fiction, saying, “Man is made in God’s image, but our nature, flawed by sin, creates backward thinking and makes it hard to recognize God’s likeness in us.”
Christian Amit presents The Doctrine of Man in the Bible – Biblical Anthropology posted at Bible Study Exposition Online, saying, “This Bible guide is a brief study on the doctrine of Man according to bible (biblical anthropology). It discusses topics such as, four fundamental aspects concerning man, who created man? what are the chief ingredients of man? What is the chief purpose of man? What does it mean to be created in the image of God.”
Patricia Lotich presents Church Leadership – 14 Leadership Traits posted at Smart Church Management, saying, “Church leadership is about how we behave, communicate and manage others. The term is used in many forms to describe many things, but it is ultimately the act of leading people in a certain direction. It requires followers before someone can be called a leader. Successful professionals demonstrate leadership characteristics while continuing on their own personal development journey.”
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