Here’s a video that briefly gives the story of Tegu, “a toy company on a mission to improve the way your kids play and create social change in one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere.” If you don’t have time to watch the video, here’s a good brief description of what Tegu does […]
Archives for November 2010
Here’s a helpful post by Jon Bloom from the DG blog. Jon raises an interesting question: God gave very detailed instructions to Moses regarding the construction of the tabernacle and the keeping of the law. So isn’t it interesting that God didn’t tell Moses how to perform his role as judge in Israel? Instead he […]
TGC Reviews has recently published a very good review of three books on politics by Andy Naselli and Charles Naselli. The three books they review are: Politics – According to the Bible: A Comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in Light of Scripture, by Wayne Grudem Republocrat: Confessions of a Liberal Conservative by Carl […]
A few years ago I read an excellent book called Opposable Mind. The book asks “What distinguishes a brilliant leader from a conventional one?” And the answer of the book is: “Brilliant leaders are skilled at integrative thinking — the ability to hold two opposing ideas in their minds at once, and then reach a […]
This is a fantastic and enlightening video by Scott Todd, who I believe is a ministry adviser for Compassion International. After watching the video, check out the site he points to, live28.org [update: here’s a better link], which is “an action-based alliance of world-class, poverty-fighting organizations joining forces in the largest, most unified effort ever […]
The Lausanne blog highlights some of the most helpful wrap-ups of Cape Town 2010.
The core principle for effective government is to protect life and then preserve and uphold individual freedom to the maximum extent consistent with law and order. Thomas Jefferson stated this well in his 1801 Inaugural Address: A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, shall leave them otherwise free to […]