Gospel.com Topics Feed - Competition 2011-11-03T12:41:13-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/competition/ Win Christian books in Internet Evangelism Day's November competition http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/6060 2011-11-03T12:41:13-05:00 Turns out I've been writing the Web Evangelism Bulletin (W.E.B.) for nearly 14 years, and this month sees the 200th issue. To give thanks to the Lord and to bless the readers of the Bulletin or DEI blog, you can win book prizes and other resources during November – 22 are available. Grateful thanks to the publishers and writers for giving them. The prizes relate directly to a richer understanding of the good news, or ways to communicate it (both offline and online) in the 21st century True Woman Blog: Girls Gone Wise 9: Who Wears the Pants? http://truewoman.com/?id=1163 2010-09-01T12:18:18-05:00 Anything guys can do, girls can do better. Right? Well maybe-maybe not. But according to the Bible, roles aren’t based on who’s more capable or competent, or whose turn it is, or who wants to have a go at it. Susan Boyle video clip - the power of viral transmission, and lessons it teaches us http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/404 2010-08-08T17:32:28-05:00 When a video clip goes viral (ie. is passed from person to person), it can spread exponentially. You may well have seen viral video clips such as a boy using his Star Wars light saber. The latest is a moving human story. UK’s new series of Britain’s Got Talent started on 11 April. The TV company wisely ensured that for the first show, among the usual dross of dear people with a somewhat deluded perception of their own talent, there would be two performances of quite incredible power. One was the street dance group Flawless, who gave a blindingly good demonstration of utter talent. But the unexpectedness of the gifts of another competitor, Susan Boyle, was a news story trailed in advance, and has since gone round the world. A middle-aged unemployed spinster who lives alone with her cat, and describes herself as ‘looking like a garage’... Extending grace on game day http://gospel.com/blog/index.php/2010/06/24/todays-devotional-extending-grace-on-game-day/ 2010-08-06T13:56:04-05:00 The worlds of college and professional sports are not always marked by gracious and sporting behavior. But sometimes an act of genuine class takes place, elevating the participants above the all-consuming rush for victory. In this instance, a Christian school did something beautiful on game day.