August last year, I published a little post called Trump or Jesus? Which basically challenged people to try and tell the different between Donald Trump, and Jesus Christ.
With that in mind, I present the below…
This Trump voter saying he trusts Trump (who has "suffered so much for us") more than Jesus Christ is all the things. pic.twitter.com/gAN258jWJe
— Dan Murphy (@bungdan) November 20, 2017
Yes. He does say, “If Jesus Christ gets down of the cross and told me Trump was with Russia, I would tell him, hold on a second I need to check with the President if its true”.
At one point are we allowed to use words like “Cult of Trump”?
After feeling my nerves spike when Little Sofa demanded to go for a walk with my phone, I figured it was time to actually get a case for my phone.
I cant help but feel slightly impressed by the level of safety offered by the screen protectors that I grabbed at the same time time…
I guess it does make me wonder.
If God offered protection for mobile phones. What would that protection look like?
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As someone who takes Lego Photos, I see various types of Lego Models appear online. “My Jesus” was a model designed and built by Herbert’s Brickworks, and its one I quite like – a lot.
Check out his Facebook page for more pictures, and maybe give him a like while you’re there.
Picture the situation, you’re part of a (fairly old) Christian Mission Society, and you have a healthy financial update to publish.
Do you, a: Publish another report, which people may not actually read.
Or do you, b: Release a video of your staff dancing, with the main updates included.
In the case of BMS World Mission they went with this…
I may pay more attention to finances if only there was more dancing in the world
(I imagine there is a PDF file somewhere with lots and lots of numbers for people who like that sort of thing)
Sometimes you see something on the internet which makes you wonder why you’ve not heard of this before.
“Make Lunch” is one of those things.
Simply put, “Making Lunch” is there for school pupils who depend on their free school dinners during term times for hot meals, and therefore may not have hot meals during the school holidays. According to their website:
School holidays are not just a break from the classroom. For many, they are also a break from hot meals.
For the thirteen weeks of school holidays this year, many pupils in the UK will not eat a hot meal each day. At school more than 1.2 million pupils who may otherwise go without are eligible to receive free school meals. Outside of term time though, free school meals are not available and many pupils are left without regular hot food.
This is where MakeLunch comes in. During school holidays, our Lunch Kitchens provide free, healthy, cooked food for pupils who usually receive free school meals. We believe that every child deserves to eat a cooked meal every day.
Check out their website for more information.
The reason why I’m sharing this, is quite simply because I think its brilliant. A number of churches meet in schools. A number of churches meet in kitchens. Could they be used to make people hot dinners?
Is this something your church could be involved with? From the looks of the website that isn’t many in the Southwest.