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December 3, 2012
This past Saturday, December 1, 2012, Jovan Belcher, a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs football team, shot his girlfriend to death. The two have a 2-month-old daughter who most likely heard or saw everything. Belcher then drove to Arrowhead Stadium and spoke to his head coach, the linebackers coach, and the team general manager in the parking lot, thanking them for what they had done for him. Then Belcher shot himself in front of them.
What Do You Do? What Do You Want? Weigh in on Insight's direction.
December 6, 2011
We at Insight are trying to figure out the best way to get our material into your hands. Of course, we are a printed publication that comes out weekly, and we have our Web site and theFlow. But we want to ask you, our readers, about how you use and process information.
What do you actually do the most to consume information? Watch (as in TV, Web video, etc.), listen (radio, Web streaming, etc.), or read (printed material, on the Web, etc.)? What is your preferred and main method of getting information? And what do you do with the information?
How many of you use laptops, iPads (or other tablets), smartphones, etc.?
Should Insight transition to a more mobile-friendly ministry and scale back the printed magazine aspect?
Also, do you guys even have time to sit and read full articles? Should we go shorter with our articles? What about in-depth pieces that require some space?
What do you think? Please let me know. Feel free to be open and honest with me. Constructive criticism is always welcome.
November 23, 2011
It's the day before Thanksgiving, an exciting time for many. But I just learned that there's a name for this day that has to do with teens and young adults--it's "Black Wednesday." The Wednesday before Thanksgiving is one of the deadliest times of the year for teens and young adults. Why? Because many come home from school, get together with friends at their homes (many of which have been stocked with much alcohol for the holidays), and party and drink. Bad stuff happens, including drunk driving and its deadly results. I just want to encourage you all to make wise decisions this holiday season, steer clear of the booze and any other harmful things, and BE CAREFUL out there. May God bless you all!
October 18, 2011
September 7, 2011
We just received this postcard at the Insight office. It looks like a pretty cool thing to take part in. I looked at some things on their Web site and it looks legit.
I know I have a lot of Bibles that I don't use anymore at home in boxes--some older ones, versions I don't really use, even a couple Spanish translations.
Do you have old Bibles just sitting around collecting dust? Well, after making sure you've kept some Scripture on hand for your own use, why not donate the copies you aren't using?
Check out this postcard and their Web site, www.bf.org.
OK, so the postcard image on the Web here is kind of hard to read, but check out the Web site and see what you can do to get God's Word out to a hurting world.