73 is the New Retirement Age for Today’s Grads
Good news for those of us who love our work.

The Easier Path to Sermon Illustrations
With a link to Eric McKiddie’s free eBook about sermon illustrations.

What you would be doing if you weren’t online
Mar Cortez: “we all know that browsing the internet when you’re supposed to be working or studying is probably a bad idea. But what are the costs of doing so in your free time?”

9 Things You Should Know About Down Syndrome
October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Here are nine things you should know about the condition.

Lives Destroyed
Although I love modern technology and have always tried to be positive and upbeat about its blessings, while not ignoring its curses, I must admit that over recent weeks I’ve come to the point where I wish I could destroy every cellphone in the world. Islam has slain its thousands; the cellphone has slain its tens of thousands.

A Great Video on Baptism, Inspired by the Prince
“Great” is not my adjective, unless it’s “great confusion” we’re talking about. This video is a real mixture of truth and error but probably reflects the view of the vast majority of people about baptism, especially of infant baptism (scroll down the link for the video).

  • Gordon

    I don’t see the connection of the comment about cellphones to “Lives Destroyed”, particularly contrasting them to Islam.

    • http://headhearthand.org/blog/ David Murray

      Hi Gordon. SOrry that my brevity left some logical gaps in my sentences.

      Many lives are being destroyed by abuse of internet and cellphone (some in Jason’s post).

      We read a lot about the threats from Islam, socialism, Obamacare, abortion, etc. All real and serious. And yet from my experience, there is nothing devastating the church and the Christian family like cellphone and internet abuse.