By: Brittany Ann
Sunday morning rolls around and you are faced with two choices: You can get up, get ready, get the kids ready and go to church, or you can sleep in and enjoy a lazy Sunday at home.
Karl Faase is a well known Australian Christian communicator, media presenter, leader and social commentator Karl is known locally for his 1 minute teaching spots The Daily Nudge on 98.5 theLight. Karl will be the guest speaker at this years Prayer Breakfast The morning will commence with the Lord’s Prayer recited corporately, this will be followed by … Read more
By: Laura Bennett
Ask anyone who’s walked the Christian walk for a while about how to have longevity in your faith, and invariably, maintaining closeness to God will come up.
By: Anne Rinaudo
Sensors in public spaces can help create cities that are both smart and sociable. Information from smart technology in public spaces could soon transform the way such areas are used and also managed.
If you order a drink from any cafe, your drink will probably come in a Mason Jar.
The Mason Jar was invented in 1858 by John Landis Mason. It was mass produced in the 1900s by the Ball Corporation, with its iconic name in cursive, and the words “Made in U.S.A.” Once used for canning and preserving foods, it is now de rigueur for the global hipster aesthetic.
Whether you’re in Vancouver, New Jersey, or Lima (as I was last week!) your drink will come in a Mason Jar.