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Day: January 10, 2012

Preaching in the Wesleyan Tradition

What differentiates Wesleyan preaching? In this Seedbed short, Dr. Lenny Luchetti explains the unique impact of Wesleyan sermons. He also details the preaching problem that he says is plaguing the 21st century and how we can overcome it. The best part is this digital download is FREE!

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Tebow Inspires "John 3:16" Searches

The most searched Google term on Monday was John 3:16. You can thank Tim Tebow for that.

This followed the Denver Broncos play-off win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night. The Broncos’ victory came in a dramatic fashion. It was the quickest overtime score in NFL playoff history. After the exciting game, Twitter lit up with some interesting numbers. It was widely reported that Tebow threw for 316 yards against the Steelers, and The Associate Press tweeted Tebow’s average of 31.6 yards per completion. Both echo Tebow’s favorite bible verse. Before I got too carried away, a friend quickly pointed out that chapter and verse numbers are not inspired and were added to the Bible much later. I appreciated the insight.

It all started when Tebow wore the scripture reference on the black marks under his eyes during the National Championship Game in 2009. After that game the term “John 3:16” was […]

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