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I had a lot of fun filming these 10-second video promos for Ready to Launch with Veronica. She automatically brings the “watchability” factor up about 200%. I’m thinking that from now on I should only write these kinds of studies with her, since the end product is this good. Plus it’s just makes for a happier me.

We’re still awaiting our reality television offers, by the way. I haven’t heard anything yet, but I’m sure they’re coming…eventually.

For more information, check out the Ready to Launch website.

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Wisdom For Your Weekend: your weekly installment of things we’ve been reading around the web.

Articles of the Week

How to Work Out Before Work—5 Tips, Hannah Newman. You don’t have to work out first thing in the morning, of course. But if you’re like me (and 95% of the rest of America), you’re more likely to skip a workout later in the day. So how do you move “morning workout routine” from the “good intentions” column to the “actual practice” column? With this handy list, you’re 5 steps closer.

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There are certain themes in Scripture that tend to beat you over the head with their persistence. Idolatry is one of those. It’s such a prominent theme in Scripture that some have said it is the central theme of the entire Bible.[1] And when it comes to idolatry, we humans are endlessly creative. As John Calvin said, “The heart of man is a perpetual factory of idols.” Give us the chance, and we’ll replace God with any and every object, person, ideal, or dream.

Most modern people don’t quite get the Bible’s obsession with idolatry. We think of idolatry as an ancient problem for backwards people who bowed down to statues, not a relevant one for sophisticated folks like us. But we aren’t beyond idolatry. We simply dress it up in different clothes.

Acts 19 gives us 5 insights into the reality of idolatry for us today:

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