Contributed by Victor Yap on Jan 23, 2001
Frank Layden, the former coach of Utah Jazz in the seventies, had problems with a basketball player, and so he summoned the talented but troubled man to his office. Looking the player in the eye, the coach finally asked, "My son, I can¡¦t understand it with you. Is it ignorance or apathy?" What was
Contributed by Dean O'bryan on Aug 25, 2008
The Apathy Club
Did you hear about the college students who wanted to form a new organization on their campus? They called it the "Apathy Club"? Their "Apathy Club" wasn't going to be like any other student group. Where most organizations have a purpose or goal -- or some common interest to
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 24, 2009
ON CHRISTIAN JOY
Billy Sunday said, "To see some people today you would think that the essential of Christianity is to have a face so long you could eat oatmeal out of the end of a gas pipe."
William Barclay said that "A gloomy Christian is a contradiction in terms, and nothing in all
Contributed by Casey Sabella on Jan 28, 2016
Psalm 118:105: Your Word is a lamp to guide my feet and a light for my path. (NLT)
While in India on a brief missions trip, I was summoned to a the home of an official who was sick. He wanted me to agree with him in prayer.
On the way, we traveled along a river in the dead of night. We