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Essential Tips for Taking Care of Your Bike

There are many reasons why people enjoy cycling. It’s an inexpensive way to get in a good workout. It also gives your brain a boost as you navigate country roads without having to worry about congestion or pollution. Cycling is fun, but it can also be a lot of work. You constantly have to keep at it to see positive results. You also have to make sure that your bike is in good working condition.   Bike maintenance isn’t difficult, but it can take a good chunk of time from your busy schedule. You ...
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Jesus Is God: Jude and Peter Tell Me So

The epistles of Peter and Jude are often overlooked in preaching and Bible study. Not only are they nestled among the more popular letters of Paul and the book of Revelation, but portions of these epistles sound odd to our modern sensibilities. That wasn’t the case in the first century. We can better grasp the meaning of these letters if we understand what they have in common with influential ancient Jewish and Christian writings that were circulating at the time. One of those literary works is...
Tags: Israel, Religion, Articles, Jesus, Isa, Sinai, Peter, Mark, PAUL, Adam, Holy Spirit, Enoch, Jude, Jesus Peter, Michael S Heiser, Heiser


Where Did All This Pentecostalism Come From?

I t is impossible to consider the modern history or contemporary state of Christianity without accounting for the sudden rise, the explosive spread, and the worldwide impact of Pentecostalism. To that end, I’ve been reading several books on the subject, focused especially on the Azusa Street Revival, which most historians consider the setting in which Pentecostalism began. Here are a few key points I’ve learned about the Azusa Street Revival and the Azusa Street Mission that h...
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Showcase of 45 Magnificent Logo Designs With Wings

Wings and winged creatures have appeared in identity designs for centuries as part of heraldic crests, military insignias and automotive logos. They have become a symbol of prestige, strength and speed, with great examples being air force pilot badges and luxury car emblems such as Bentley or Aston Martin. Designers still make use of these symbols in their designs today, sometimes combined with modern art styles give the logo a more abstract appearance. In today’s inspiration showcase I present ...
Tags: Design, Roundup, Church, Inspiration, Articles, Bentley, Jay, Levi, Logos, Logo Design, HRO, Josh Warren, Dan Cassaro, Design Trends, Chris Meyer, Design Inspiration


What Has the Lord Been Teaching You From His Word?

Earlier in the week, eager to be encouraged, I put this question out to Twitter: What has the Lord been teaching you from his Word recently? The responses were quick, plentiful, and encouraging. Here are a few of them. (Click here to read them all.) I've been meditating on the Good Samaritan, and I'm learning that loving our enemies isn't merely the same as not "repaying evil for evil", it means returning love for evil. It's been quite convicting. — Samuel Sey ...
Tags: Articles, Blogging, Peter, Liana, Jacob, Christ Jesus, Habakkuk, Galatians, Brittany Allen, Chelsea Stanley, Matt Fletcher, Samuel Sey, Christ Matt Boga, Luke Schmeltzer, Lynn Trigg, Brian Onken


A Brief Introduction to the Heart of Abraham Kuyper

Last year Lexham Press released a book of daily devotions from the young Abraham Kuyper, Honey from the Rock. Though most know Kuyper now for his Christian cultural engagement, in his time he was better known for his personal meditations. George Harinck, professor of history at the Free University of Amsterdam and Theological University of Kampen, writes in his endorsement of the book: Kuyper is best known for his Christian vision of cultural engagement. This is his legacy, but in Kuyper’s time...
Tags: Religion, Articles, Christian, Products, Abraham Kuyper, Lexham Press, Kuyper, Free University of Amsterdam, George Harinck, James De Jong, Abraham Kyper, Honey From The Rock, Theological University of Kampen, Harinck, Abraham Kuyper Kuyper, Anti Revolutionary Party


3 Reasons to Study the Biblical Geography of Israel

Israel’s geography is more than side trivia for the events in the Bible—it’s the stage God chose to place the characters of his story. The narrative unfolds across many different landscapes, from the Mediterranean coastal region to the lower Galilee to the southern desert and beyond. It’s an epic story of God’s kingdom expanding from a garden to the whole known world. The Bible’s original audience would’ve known these places and regions and why they were important to the story. But today’s Bible...
Tags: Asia, Africa, Israel, Religion, Articles, Jerusalem, Egypt, Jesus, Isa, Jordan, Mediterranean, Bible Study, Jericho, Bethany, Mount Zion, Galilee


Beyond the 88: A No-Fear Beginner’s Guide to Preparing the Piano

In my university music department, I run a weekly composition colloquium, bringing in guest composers and new music performers, as well as faculty speakers, with the latter often coming to talk about things like idiomatic writing and extended techniques for a particular instrument, or setting up a composer website, or digital publishing. A couple of years ago, some of my composition students asked me if I could spend one of those meetings on extended techniques for piano. I dug through my scores...
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Looking To Kickstart Your Budget & Savings in 2019? Ibotta Is Our Favorite App To Do Just That!

New Year, New You – One week of 2019 is down! Are you sticking with your New Year goals? With the buzz of the holidays behind us, it’s time (if you haven’t already done so!) to start thinking about how you can put your best foot forward in 2019! No Excuses! Have you guys had... Read More Read more about Looking To Kickstart Your Budget & Savings in 2019? Ibotta Is Our Favorite App To Do Just That!
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Why You Shouldn’t Stop Blogging (or Why You Should Consider Starting)

I have said a few times and in a few ways that I’m concerned about what seems to be a growing trend: Bloggers are shuttering their blogs and instead submitting articles to the major ministry sites. If they aren’t shuttering their blogs altogether, they are writing on them less or using them primarily as a kind of resume to link to the material they’ve written elsewhere. Please hear me: I appreciate those major ministries, I enjoy reading their sites, and I am grateful for the...
Tags: Articles, Blogging


Take Better Care of Yourself By Making Small Changes

These days, being a musician usually means managing many aspects of our careers: performer, educator, composer, etc. Then, each one of those inherently comes with many different job descriptions: content creator, marketer, bookkeeper, project manager, writer/blogger, graphic designer, and administrative assistant! Many of us are doing all of those things ourselves, and it’s not easy. So it’s not surprising that it can feel hard to add healthy habits to our lives when not dropping one of the ball...
Tags: Religion, Articles, Stress, Rest, Analysis, Mental Health, Kristin Neff, Leo Babauta, Healthy Habits, Self-care, Burn Out, NewMusicBox, Dennis Tobenski, Megan Ihnen, Mara Glatzel, Angela Beeching


It’s 2019, When Will Sex Toys Deliver on Their High-Tech Promises?

It’s 2019. We’ve reached the age of Back to the Future and Blade Runner. But if you take a look outside, it looks nothing like those dystopian movies have promised. And while we don’t know what the sex toys of the fictional future are supposed to look like, I can’t help but wonder if it would measure up. I know that I personally am a bit disappointed at how sex toys have failed to reach their potential by now. Why? I’m glad you asked. Bluetooth Isn’t Body Compatible As long as we rely on wirel...
Tags: Apps, Technology, College, Articles, Innovation, Vibrators, Sex Toys, Redditor, Kegel, LELO, Smarttoys


How to share a VPN connection over WiFi?

There are many benefits of using VPN for your online experience. It helps encrypt all your data, thus enhancing security. It makes remote access more secure, allowing to boost organizational productivity. You can share files, maintain anonymity, bypass filters, or access restricted websites using this service. There are certain devices […]
Tags: Articles, eLearning


What Amy Carmichael Hung on Her Wall

I spent a good portion of last year scouring the world for objects of historical importance. I read histories and biographies before I left so they could shape the direction of my travels. I read histories and biographies after I returned so they could interpret what I had seen and experienced. Here’s one case where it all came together just perfectly. Before I embarked on my journeys to Ireland and India I read biographies of Amy Carmichael, so I knew key facts about her lif...
Tags: India, Articles, Blogging, Ireland, Carmichael, Houghton, Amy Carmichael, Frank Houghton, Amy Carmichael Hung


How to Use Notes to Access Church Documents

Of all of the new Logos 8 features, I’m continuing to get more questions about Notes than any other. Regardless of the specific question, the key to understanding Logos 8 Notes is that it’s a single database rather than multiple files. Once that big picture sinks in, the sky is the limit. Because we can add and tag individual notes, then access them in a variety of ways using the sidebar with its various filters. To help stimulate your thinking about Notes, try placing in the database any info...
Tags: Religion, Articles, Training, Morris, Morris Proctor, Grant Osborne, Logos 8, Church Documents D Press, Church Documents Notebook


Supreme Court to Decide if Marks With Scandalous Matter May Be Registered

Last Friday, the Supreme Court decided it will hear the Brunetti case, and take a closer look at Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act, the portion forbidding federal registration of trademarks having matter that is scandalous or immoral. So, it appears my big prediction for 2019 is pointing in the affirmative direction: “In terms of my big trademark prediction for 2019, it will be revealed whether the scandalous bar to federal registration is invalidated, whether or not the Supreme Court agrees to hea...
Tags: Fashion, Supreme Court, Minneapolis, Congress, Court, Marketing, Articles, Uspto, Free Speech, First Amendment, Branding, Trademarks, Tam, United States of America, John Roberts, Court of Appeals


The dangers of another unopened email

Most modern email services provide a decent filtering algorithm that sorts out all incoming spam and leaves just the ‘real’ emails in your inbox. This is a heartwarming thought: no more need to worry about a Nigerian prince soliciting you for money. With the variety of instant messaging platforms, we […]
Tags: Internet, Articles, eLearning


5 Common Inefficiencies That Affect HVAC System’s Efficiency

Introduction This (long) post initiated by the necessity to answer the following question: How much the HVAC system can affect the building’s overall efficiency? Well, the short answer is that for office buildings, the HVAC system contributes about 25 – 30% on the total building energy use! It is more for laboratories, since much more energy is demanded for fume hoods and lab equipment. Moreover, about 25% of an office building’s energy is used for lighting and the balance for plug loads... ...
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Road Transport Emissions Evolution In Urban Areas; The Case Of Thessaloniki, Greece

About First of all, it seems that in previous months I couldn’t fulfill my own promises regarding this blog. I have an extremely heavy workload the last few months and it seems that until I present my thesis, I will not be able to update this blog regularly. So, dear blog readers please be patient! Anyway, in the paragraphs that follow you will find a text version of my latest poster, which was presented at the 14th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology. The... ...
Tags: Articles, Seo, THESSALONIKI Greece, Christos Samaras, Road Transport Emissions Evolution In Urban Areas


Human Comfort & HVAC System Operation

Introduction The goal of the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is to create and maintain a comfortable environment within a building. Depending on geographic location and building construction, various types of interior climate control systems help ensure that interior spaces are maintained at comfortable levels year-round. With today’s energy conservation concerns, buildings are constructed to be much tighter, reducing the level of natural exchange between indoor and... ...
Tags: Articles, Seo, Christos Samaras


Want to Change Your Congregation? Kill the Taskmaster.

The first legalist you must agitate is yourself. At the start of the year, many of us are mindful of how we want this year to be different. Which means sooner or later we have to ask, “How do I change?” I’ve been thinking about how the Bible answers that question and what it means for preaching. “Be transformed by the renewing of your mind” (not your willpower). — Romans 12:1 “Apart from me you can do nothing.” — Jesus “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me.” — Galatians 2:20 Th...
Tags: Religion, Articles, Jesus, Bill, Christ, Tim Keller, Faithlife, Preaching, Sermons, Aaron Weiss, Matthew Boffey, Bill Giovannetti


Introducing the Midnight Caller Sound Magazine

I like sound collages. I always have. Well, at least since I got my own copy of the White Album and listened through “Revolution 9” with more than a little bit of excited fear. Not to be too artsy-fartsy about it but there is something fascinating with the deconstruction/reconstruction of sound when you change the … Continue reading Introducing the Midnight Caller Sound Magazine → Read more at Glorious Noise...
Tags: Podcast, Collage, Articles, Beatles, Daystar


Three Kinds of Blog (and the Future of Christian Blogging)

N ear the end of 2018 I went through the long list of blogs I’ve subscribed to over the years and was both surprised and dismayed to see how many have gone dormant or closed down. By definition, these were blogs I enjoyed reading and that had proven beneficial to me. Obviously there will always be some measure of attrition, but there was so much this year that I know there must be some common factors at play. I am going to think about this more in the weeks to come, but today ...
Tags: Articles, Blogging


The Best Case Mods of 2018

Going through all of the builds from the past year we have picked out a few that really caught our eye! Without further ado here are our picks for the best case mods of 2018! In no particular order of course! The post The Best Case Mods of 2018 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
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Our Most Popular Content of 2018

As we start into 2019 it is always fun to look back on the previous year and see what content you guys enjoyed the most. We posted a ton of content in 2018, but here are the Top 5 reviews, Articles, and news posts! Enjoy! The post Our Most Popular Content of 2018 appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Reviews, Articles, Blog, All News, ThinkComputers, Best of 2018


Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2018

Building upon the success of Braden Kelley’s Blogging Innovation, we launched Innovation Excellence on August 1, 2011 and so 2018 was our seventh full year of operations. To celebrate we’ve pulled together the Top 100 Innovation Articles of 2018 from our archive of nearly 7,500 innovation-related articles from more than 400 contributing authors. Click the ...
Tags: Tools, Leadership, News, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Articles, Strategy, Social Media, Management, Process, Innovation, 2018, Top 100, Lists, Best Of, Top 10


This Is Probably the Best Time Management Book Ever: Interview with Matt Perman

Matt Perman deserves credit for helping a lot of people do more stuff. But that’s not the point of his book. Matt actually wants to equip you to do stuff that matters. I interviewed Matt recently on his exceptional time management book, What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done.  Speaking personally, this book has been a game-changer for me as I balance family, PhD, work, exercise, artistic endeavors, ministry, sleep, really everything that goes into every single d...
Tags: Religion, Articles, Career Development, Time Management, Jesus, Transformation, Christ, John Piper, Matt, Matt Perman, Theology, Logos 8, What's Best Next, Tavis Bohlinger TB, Paul Rude, Seth Godin Michael Allen


Comforting Quotes for Those Who Are Suffering

W ithout a doubt, the most impactful book I read last year was A Book of Comfort for Those in Sickness. I’m sure its significance was partly due to some medical struggles I’ve been having recently, but also simply because life is full of difficulties. We all go through difficult times in these difficult lives in this broken world, and a book like this one delivers comfort rooted in the Comforter. I’ve collected some of my favorite quotes from the book, hoping they comfort you ...
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Read Some Old Books in 2019

Guest writer Adam B. Shaeffer holds an MA in Spiritual Formation from Talbot School of Theology and a PhD in Theology from Durham University. He is already a big fan of Logos 8. In my previous posts, I’ve highlighted some of the new features in Logos 8, but in this post, let me turn to an oldie but goodie: Reading Plans. As I’ve already made clear in another post, I love C.S. Lewis. His imagination and clarity have been gifts to me through the years. It’s fair to say that he has shaped my thinki...
Tags: Church, Religion, Articles, Durham University, Lewis, Michael Heiser, Owen Barfield, St Athanasius, Talbot School of Theology, Adam B Shaeffer, Logos 8, Adam Shaeffer, Classics Of Western Spirituality, Reading Plan


Want to Live Richer in 2019? We’ll Show You How To Get Started

How to Live Rich in 2019 – New Years Resolution 2019 – Each and every day we provide you with the tools and deals you need to save on your groceries.  The opportunity to save thousands of dollars is right there at your fingertips.  It’s truly amazing how much you can save if you put... Read More Read more about Want to Live Richer in 2019? We’ll Show You How To Get Started
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