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I was listening to Chris Tomlin’s song online today, and thought of how remarkable the achievements are of this young man. He is reportedly the most sung Christian Artist, not only in the US but across the globe. His songs are sung in churches and have been translated in many different languages. His music, most of them written and composed by him, gives us a glimpse of this man’s heart. He is, in my humble opinion, a modern-day David. God bless him.

I don’t know why but I just randomly googled him. I, of course, eventually went to the ultimate source, Wikipidea. This was where I found this interesting tidbit of news, or rumor, however you’d call it. I don’t know if you’re already aware of this, but here’s the scoop. According to Wiki —

In May 2008, it was announced that Tomlin and his band would be leaving the church he helped plant with senior pastor Matt Carter in Austin, Texas; The Austin Stone Community Church. He’d be leaving in order to start a new church with Passions Conference speaker, Louie Giglio in Atlanta, Georgia.

I researched this information further and came across a blog, that of Human3rror confirming this rumor.

Wow, if this is indeed the case, then Georgia is really blessed to have these two influential men of God start a church in their turf.

I see another mega-church coming. Like Georgia needs another one.

Pretty crazy.


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I think this link has been circulating in cyberspace, but I just got this from a friend today…

This is a video of an extremely bold woman who made very controversial statements on Al Jereeza Television regarding Muslim, Christianity and Jews. This is one dangerous topic. Her name is Wafa Sultan, an Arab-American pyschologist based in Los Angeles, California.

Watch the video as soon as you can, as they say that the link might not remain active for too long. Here is the link:
http://switch3.castup.net:80/cunet/gm.asp?ai=214&ar=1050wmv&ak=

You tell me what you think about this.

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