The Anatomy of an Affair & Why They Don’t Last
Jan20

The Anatomy of an Affair & Why They Don’t Last

If trust is the bedrock of every marriage relationship, it’s no wonder that affairs don’t last. The very origin of an affair is steeped in deceit, so trust was never part of the equation in the first place. Here is an infographic that explores the anatomy of an affair

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For the Faithful: Christian Universities in the U.S.
Aug28

For the Faithful: Christian Universities in the U.S.

The United States has a long history with Christian universities. In the following infographic, ChristianUniversitiesOnline.org takes a closer look at the history behind and the current state of private, Christian colleges in the U.S. [Click here for full size...

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The Road Back to the Sabbath
Sep08

The Road Back to the Sabbath

Have you ever wondered why modern Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The following infographic from SabbathTruth.com examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer this questions as well as others. It’s purpose is to get us thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that many might just be taking for granted.

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Asset Tracking For Churches
Aug27

Asset Tracking For Churches

Churches, just like businesses, need certain items to operate. These may include buildings, office equipment, electronic devices, furniture and let’s not forget about musical equipment. Depending on the size of the church, these items can accumulate very quickly and become problematic to keep track of. That is where asset tracking comes into play. In the following infographic, the team at Asset Panda takes a look at asset tracking for churches.

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How To Talk About God With Your Kids
Sep16

How To Talk About God With Your Kids

Most Christian moms and dads have thoughts about Jesus throughout the day. Therefore, talking to your children about God can be a simple as opening up about what’s already on your mind. Below are 10 simple topics to help get conversations started. Use starters that feel natural to you, or think of other.

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Online Giving: Is It Right For Your Church?
Jul08

Online Giving: Is It Right For Your Church?

Churches have been steadily evolving in adopting options that allow members to pay tithes, offerings and other monetary donations online. No longer do churchgoers have to worry about bringing their checkbook or cash. Now, they can simply use their credit or debit card to give directly to their regular place of worship.

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Religion in America
Jun11

Religion in America

In our land of religious freedom, which religion do most Americans choose? Which denominations are most popular? Which regions gravitate to one religion? The following infographic, published by Online-Theology-Degree.com, provides the details of religion in America.

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Let My People, Passover!
Apr09

Let My People, Passover!

Most of us know the story of The Passover from the epic film, The Ten Commandments. This Jewish holiday is a remembrance of the Exodus from slavery in Ancient Egypt. Jewish families eat a special meal called a Seder that is full of symbolic foods.

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19 Different Types of Christians
Feb09

19 Different Types of Christians

People wear their “religion” in different ways. Some may be deeply devout daily while others only pray in times of great desperation. Some seek to eliminate humanity’s wrongs while others seek to prove humanity itself wrong. Look at these 19 types of Christians from Online Christian Colleges and see if you fit or break the mold.

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Do You Seriously Think God Can’t Use You? Think Again!
Feb04

Do You Seriously Think God Can’t Use You? Think Again!

I came across the following image on Facebook. I’m not sure who originally created it but I just love it. The image entitled “Do You Seriously Think God Can’t Use You?” is a simple reminder that God can use anybody… including you and me. Never let the enemy tell you otherwise!

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