A Time for Every Season

The wisdom of King Solomon is well-known historically and is evident through his writings. He asked God for an endowment of wisdom, and God graciously and generously entrusted Solomon with that gift. We’re the beneficiaries.
Solomon presents a realistic, profound and biblical perspective of life “under heaven.” Consider his message in Ecclesiastes 3: “For everything there [...]

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One Consuming Passion

Do you know someone who is a missionary? If so, how are you involved in their lives? 
Let me introduce you to one of TWR’s missionary appointees: Paul Kitchener. Paul is developing partners in preparation for his field assignment as social media coordinator at our TWR-Europe office in Bratislava, Slovakia. 
The co-laborers who choose to join his [...]

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TWR’s CyberFace

Currently, 3,089 people “like” TWR’s Facebook page. Are you one of them? 
In the past decade, there’s been a rapid shift in communication styles, and a shift from wired to mobile communication. Social media, and specifically Facebook, is more than just a trend. Don’t believe it? See for yourself! 
Facebook transforms TWR from publishing to sharing with [...]

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Life on the Go

The author of this blog post is TWR Social Media Intern LeeAnn Peppers. For more on LeeAnn, see the July 12 JudyBlog post.
“Even if you believe that life with social media is worse, you cannot argue that social media has forever changed the way in which we live” — Socialnomics. 
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Apple, Android, [...]

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Wrap Your Mind Around This

TWR’s Chris Johnson

“The Internet is the greatest communication tool ever created by man. Many think its impact will one day be seen as greater than that of Gutenberg’s printing press” (Christian Leadership Alliance e-newsletter, October 19, 2009 article “The Internet Ministry Framework” by David T Bourgeois).
At first, I was ready to challenge that comment, but [...]

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