Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jul 30, 2008
CELL PHONE INSOMNIA?
Radiation from cell phones delays and reduces sleep and causes headaches and confusion, according to a UK study. The research, sponsored by mobile phone companies, shows using the handsets before bed causes people to take longer to reach the deeper stages of sleep and to
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 19, 2007
Cell Phone Risk Talking on a cell phone while driving can be just as dangerous as driving under the influence, according to the results of a new study. Researchers at the University of Utah discovered that cell phone users, just like those who have been drinking, did not believe themselves to be
i-Phone apps and the Mind of Christ:
Some of you may be aware that I have just succumbed to a sickness shared by several of you here today. I just purchased my first Apple I-phone. I supposedly did it for the purpose of gaining internet access, texting, and e-mails … along with using it as an
GRACE IN A CELL PHONE
I remember a grace moment one morning when I got a call from Susan on a cell phone. You see, Susan doesn’t own a cell phone, but on that day when she was driving to work and the tread on one of her tires disintegrated on the freeway, a gracious man with a cell phone pulled
Contributed by Ian Biss on Oct 16, 2001
Illustration of woman on phone. The telephone rings, and the young mother answers. "Honey, it’s mom. I called because I know that you’re busy with the three children, and I want to give you some help. I’m going to stop by to clean the house, take care of the baby, and prepare dinner for when the
Contributed by Charles Wallis on Jul 13, 2010
RELATIONSHIPS AND CELL PHONES
Desperate people will do almost anything. People are desperate for relationships and will pay a lot of money to have it. The cost of a T-Mobile HTC HD2 cell phone is $2,600 while the
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 14, 2008
Mobile Phone Facts: 43.2% of mobile phone users use their phone to text. 17.4% use their phone to send photos and 5.2% to send videos. 8.4 million Americans send texts to respond to polls: 67% TV, 18% website and 12% radio. 11.1 million use their mobile phone to access maps or get directions, 9.4
Contributed by Segun Omole on Feb 28, 2008
A mobile phone is just what it called a telephone u can move around with. I could (and I actually do) use it as music player or even download games on it so I can play with it when I’m bored. This is not the primary use of the mobile phone and after a while the keypads will start getting faulty if
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2008
The Fastest-Growing Cell Phone Market in the world is not in the U.S., Europe, or Asia. It's in Africa. Africans are buying more and more cell phones, partly because land lines are difficult to find there. Cell phones also eliminate days
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jun 18, 2007
A. ONE OF THE PIONEERS IN THE CELLULAR PHONE BUSINESS IS A MAN VERY FEW OF US HAVE EVER HEARD OF: CRAIG MCCAW.
B. HIS BIOGRAPHY IS ENTITLED: MONEY FROM THIN AIR AND HE TELLS ABOUT HOW HE STARTED, MCCAW CELLULAR COMMUNICATIONS, IN 1976, JUST THREE YEARS OUT OF COLLEGE.
C. EIGHTEEN YEARS LATER,
Contributed by Terry Laughlin on Sep 14, 2005
I had the privilege to speak on the phone with Jim Difford whom is working with the Louisiana Baptist Convention. In the midst of disaster they and many other churches are getting to minister to Christ by meeting the needs of the hungry, providing shelter, clothing and helping the physically
Contributed by Andrew Hamilton on Oct 26, 2002
I was talking to a pastor friend on the phone recently and he said listen to this – ‘who is this denomination? See if you can guess.
I am a newly formed denomination that has been in existence for a few decades. We came out of the mainstream church because we didn’t believe there was enough
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 20, 2006
Cell Phone Codependency A growing number of experts have identified and begun to study a distinct downside in that: cell phone use may be making us less autonomous and less capable of solving problems on our own, even when the answers are right in front of us. The ease of obtaining instant advice
Contributed by Jim Butcher on Apr 11, 2018
What if you had a boss that demanded that you check in with him every ten minutes no matter what?
What if he required that even if you were in the middle of other important work in your office?
What if he demanded that whether you were at the office or at home?
What if he required that
Contributed by Jimmy Chapman on Jan 16, 2008
A woman was at work when she received a phone call that her small daughter was very sick with a fever. She left her work and stopped by the pharmacy to get some medication. She got back to her car and found that she had locked her keys in the car. She didn’t know what to do, so she called home and
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Apr 10, 2008
35% of U.S. households that own a mobile phone currently text message. 11% access the mobile
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Feb 16, 2009
China, the world leader in cell phone use, has surpassed the U.S. as the #1 nation in Internet
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Jan 23, 2004
Good cell phone reception is dependent upon not getting too far away from the cell phone tower. We’ve all been driving around and suddenly lost a call due to the signal being lost. In a little while, we can see the phone has reaquirred a signal and we can place the call again. Christians maintain
Contributed by Sermoncentral on Mar 10, 2004
I received a phone call from a local newspaper reporter, asking for my opinion on Mel Gibson’s current film, THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST. As I began to share how deeply moved I was by the depictions of Christ’s sufferings in the movie, she turned to a personal question. She explained that she was