Wow — I didn’t realize he was so dominant.
Churches around the world used 128 songs he wrote or co-wrote last year, Rachinski said. CCLI estimates that every Sunday in the United States, between 60,000 and 120,000 churches are singing Tomlin’s songs. By extrapolating that data, Rachinski says, “our best guess would be in the United States on any given Sunday, 20 to 30 million people would be singing Chris Tomlin’s songs.”

Chris Tomlin, king of the sing-along

By Eric Marrapodi and Tom Foreman, CNN Baltimore (CNN) — The capacity crowd at the 1st Mariner Arena in Baltimore is bouncing in unison to the most widely sung music on the planet today. The ca…


“I feel like Moses in a room full of water.” This guy cracks me up. Incidentally, the point he makes is very legit. Read The Halo Effect by Phil Rosenzweig to learn more.

Scott Adams Blog: Management/Success/Leadership: Mostly Bullshit 03/12/2013

The Official Dilbert Website featuring Scott Adams Dilbert strips, animation, mashups and more starring Dilbert, Dogbert, Wally, The Pointy Haired Boss, Alice, Asok, Dogbert’s New Ruling Class and mor…

What an interesting idea. I like Piper’s question — especially how he would hope to start by listening. Note that this is from 2009 and is in no way related to current events (except that my interest in current events is what prompted me to share it).

If You Had Two Minutes to Talk With the Pope, What Would You Say to Him?

John Piper says he would talk to the pope about justification.

I have said similar things before (both to students and to young moms). Dealing with young kids is tough.

An Encouraging Word for Mothers of Young Children

Martyn Lloyd-Jones once spoke with a group of medical students who complained that in the midst of their training and the ferocious work hours they really didn’t even have time to read the Bible an.…..

I have noticed this for years — the media seems blind to the influence of the religious left but is hyper-sensitive to the religious right. It’s especially clear the Catholic church is in view — their voice is welcomed on immigration or the death penalty but marginalized on abortion and LGBT issues. 

Why Are Anti-Abortion Clerics Called Theocrats, While Anti-Gun Clerics Are Not?

Imagine if a group of prominent religious leaders went to Washington, D.C., to advocate against abortion. Imagine these clerics filmed a television ad in which they made a faith-based appeal for the c…