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We have just posted the Winter 2013 KBM Newsletter online.
You can watch the Bible teaching from Word of Life live on your computer this week.
Here is the info on this week’s China broadcasts:Monday, September 17 The Only Thing That Matters (Galatians 5:1-12)"Our hope is in the Lord alone. All that we need comes from him.” Wednesday, September 19 Risky Business (Galatians 5:13-15) “Christian freedom is freedom from sin, not freedom to sin."Friday, September 21...
Consider this a Facebook-focused followup to the Chick-fil-A dust-up earlier this week. A friend wrote saying that she was struggling with certain very unkind things that were posted on her Facebook page. Someone actually put a note on her Facebook page saying that she could take her business elsewhere because he didn’t want to do business wi...
Do you Facebook?If you don’t, you’re probably not reading this blog entry. As of March 2012 Facebook had over 900 million users, with that number expected to reach 1 billion in the next few months. One billion people on Facebook.That’s amazing and mind-blowing. When Facebook first started, it was mostly for college students, ...
I have some good news for those who have been following our new thrice-weekly China broadcasts. We now have free iPhone and Android apps that will download the broadcasts directly to your smartphone: Free KBM China Apps The apps automatically download each new Mandarin program. We expect these apps to be the primary way we reach younger listeners i...
Lately Marlene and I have started a new adventure in daily Bible listening. That’s right. Daily Bible listening.For a long time if you wanted to listen to the Bible, you had to buy a big set of CDs or DVDs. With the advent of smartphone apps, you can now listen to the whole Bible, read alone or read dramatically with music in the background.&...
As we come to the end of 2011, we are glad you are part of the Keep Believing family. It has been our pleasure to provide you with sermons, podcasts, videos, and other free biblical resources on the Keep Believing website.To put it simply, if we provide it ourselves, we give it away for free. That’s been our policy from the beginnin...
Here’s the video from Day 2 of our trip to Korea and China in which we meet a man carrying a cross at the airport in Seoul:...
Here’s a scene from the KBM board meeting on Saturday morning. L-R Peter Faulkner, Chris Johnson from Trans World Radio, Cliff Raad, Doreen Mahlstedt, MaryAnn Spiegel, Dave Hoy, Ray Pritchard, Marlene Pritchard, Nick Pritchard, Mark Pritchard. Board member Skip Olson took the picture. Webmaster Derek Taylor arrived a few minutes after this pi...
This afternoon I did some research into the traffic at the Keep Believing website. Since the site debuted in March 2008, we have had:2,033,484 visits to the website.1,101,217 unique visitors.7,435,672 pageviews.Visitors have come to us from 226 countries and territories. Just recently we added our first visitor from Somalia. Here are a few ran…
“I think you should consider a partnership with Trans World Radio."That simple comment, made a year ago by someone we met at a Bible conference in Michigan, started a discussion that led to a major decision.Last Saturday the Keep Believing board voted to enter a strategic partnership with Trans World Radio (TWR) to do ministry in China....
In the beginning I was not a believer. At first I thought Facebook for was the kids, meaning the college-age crowd, which is in fact where it started out. Somewhat reluctantly I joined the Facebook revolution not quite two years ago. As of this moment, I have 4037 friends. That’s impressive, I suppose, until I look at the list and r...
The brand-new KBM mobile website launches today. If you have an iPhone or an Android or some other smartphone, you can access it by typing in m.keepbelieving.com. There is also a link at the top of www.KeepBelieving.com that can be seen only by smartphone users. Using a mobile site means that we have optimized the font size and the margin…
News and notes from everywhere . . .*I have set out to use the new edition of Operation World in my prayer times this year. I highly recommend the book for anyone who wants the most up-to-the minute glimpse of what God is doing around the world.*"Snow Expected in Region This Weekend.” That’s the Friday headline in the Tupelo paper....
Since this is the last week of 2010, I have been taking stock of the past year and thinking about all that has happened. It’s certainly been eventful for us personally and for our ministry. Here are some of the monthly highlights from the KBM weblog: JanuaryBrit Hume Doubles Down Brit Hume reaffirms his conviction that Tiger Woods needs Jesus...
Several months ago we began working with Will Troxler, a young man who has his own design studio, to help us put together a tabletop display that we could use when we speak around the country. Working on this display forced us to ask the question, “What is the heart of Keep Believing Ministries?” We tried this and we tried that until we fina...
18. August was # 1September 6, 2010
August was # 1.That’s a phrase you hardly ever hear. We usually talk about the “dog days” of August when things are hot, people are wrapping up summer vacations, and students are getting ready to go back to school. There aren’t any major holidays in August. The stretch run in baseball doesn’t start until September, foo...
Do you Facebook?If you are reading this, the answer is probably yes, and since when did “Facebook” become a verb anyway? The answer is, since Facebook more or less took over the online world.Don’t believe me? Check out these numbers from the official Facebook Statistics Page:400 million users worldwide.50% of active users log on e…
Over a year ago we organized a China Task Force to begin work on translating my sermons in Chinese so that KBM could reach the 1.1 billion Chinese-speaking people around the world. It turned into a very complicated project involving many technical issues regarding how to properly display Chinese characters on a website built for the English languag...
In a fascinating article published this week, Tom Hayes and Michael S. Malone argue that we have entered the era of the “ten-year century,” by which they mean that the pace of life has so rapidly accelerated that what used to happen in a century now happens in a decade. Changes that used to take generations—economic cycles, cultur...
22. FAQs for YouFebruary 24, 2009
I’m happy to announce a brand-new section of the KBM website called FAQs, which stands for Frequently Asked Questions. Those who surf the Internet know that most websites have an FAQs section for questions that com up over and over again.For some time we have wanted to devote a major section of the website to answering questions about the Bib...
Marilyn Miller gave me a copy of this cartoon when we were at Mount Hermon. I think it’s the wave of the future. Or better yet, the future has already arrived.
*The February edition of the KBM February 2009 newsletter is now online. The headline reads “Keep Believing Goes to the Philippines.” *Did you know that you can know make comments on any of the 800+ sermons in our database? We just added that feature a few weeks ago. *We’ve added two new blogs to our Blogroll—Post-Darwi...
25. My Twitter FlockFebruary 9, 2009
Two weeks ago I finally joined the Twitter revolution. Although my following of 74 people is relatively small (some people have thousands of followers), it’s still an interesting an eclectic group. A program called Twittersheep analyzes the profiles of my followers to create a “Twitter cloud” from the most-used key words. Looking ...
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