The Mug For A Christian at Work

Are you a Christian who likes to have “a mug” at work*?

Do you want to show people who is important in your life?

Then this is the mug for you!

Ensure your boss knows who the boss is!

Get it from Amazon. (Affiliate link)

*Bonus points if you get this, and you work for a Christian organisation…

Want A Pair of Jesus Shoes?

Want A Pair of Jesus Shoes?

It seems they contain Holy water, have a Bible verse printed on the side, and has a red dot on the tongue of the trainer to represent the blood of Jesus.

According to The Independent, they sold out within minutes of going on sale… BUT… Do you have a spare £3000? Click here to get hold of them!

And then send me a review or something??

Trump and The “Mandate of Heaven”

Well, here’s a quick something.

Pat Robertson, him of classic comments such as “Opposition To Trump Is ‘Satanic’” and that Bragging about groping women is ‘macho’… has come out almost… against Donald Trump.

Almost.

I’m not sure how biblical the phrase “Mandate of Heaven” is, but I’m happy to be schooled about it. But either way, it feels like a coded way of saying “If Donald Trump does this, Christians shouldn’t be happy with him”.

Whilst I’m not sure if he ever had “the mandate of heaven”, its good to see Pat Robertson taking what feels like more critical view of Donald Trump.

This Week In The Internet: The Twitter Can Be Funny Edition

“This week in the internet” – Where The Sofa shares some of the random things he’s come across in Christian Internet this week.

Something I’ve loved this week (Not on the internet).

The Sofa family took a trick to the Killerton Apple Festival, and found it to be an awesome muddy family out. Powered by Apples. I blogged a bit about it here at Devon Dad Adventures.

A Random Interesting Read.

Looking for a quick overview about “Generation Z”? (Those born between 1995-2012)  Particularly in regards to what the Church should know?

Imagine you were commissioning a missionary from your local church to take the gospel to an entirely unreached people group. You would tell them to learn the language of the people and try to understand their customs and rituals. You’d probably encourage them to translate the scriptures, particularly the message of the gospel, into a language they understand. You would want them to build every cultural bridge possible in order to effectively communicate. Why is it, then, that the same missiology we would take for granted overseas, seems so foreign to us in our own land, where– in every respect – Generation Z are an unreached people group?

Premier Christianity

Give this a read from Premier Christianity.

Something About Biblical Flatulence

Something A Tiny Bit Inspirational

May we all be as awesome as the Church in Hong Kong.