This is episode 2 of a 14-part series called How to Read the Bible that explores the origins, content, and purpose of the Bible. In this video we summarize the overall story of the Bible as a series of crossroad decisions. All humanity, followed by the Israelites, redefine good and evil and end up in Babylon. They are followed by Jesus, who takes a different path that opens up the way to a new creation.
Sharing powerful stories from his anti-obesity project in Huntington, West Virginia — and a shocking image of the sugar we eat — TED Prize winner Jamie Oliver makes the case for an all-out assault on our ignorance of food.
I wanted to add more comedy to my blog. Here’s a good one. Enjoy!
I love this book. I have the audio series and have listened many times. This is a good quick reminder of what each habit is about.
by Recovery Girls
Misty shares here some examples regarding the Drama Triangle or the Victim-Persecutor-Rescuer Triangle. This is a game best won by not playing it. Easy to fall into, this automatic back and forth way of relating ultimately leaves each person unsatisfied in the relationship with never ending conflict. We have many other choices available to us in how we relate.
This short film documents the friendship between Bono (of the band U2) and Eugene Peterson (author of contemporary-language Bible translation The Message) revolving around their common interest in the Psalms. Based on interviews conducted by Fuller Seminary faculty member David Taylor and produced in association with Fourth Line Films, the film highlights in particular a conversation on the Psalms that took place between Bono, Peterson, and Taylor at Peterson’s Montana home.