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

Infographic of the Week

Timeline of the book of Acts, The Overview Bible Project. If you’re a Bible nerd, this site is like Christmas every day. And even if you’re not, infographics like this make otherwise complicated parts of the Bible just a little bit easier to conceptualize. Now all we need to do is get this stitched in next to the “Missionary Journeys of Paul” maps at the end of my Bible…

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Acts 16 contains the stories of three people who were unlikely candidates for the growing Christian movement. There must have been dozens more people there who came to faith, but Luke (the author of Acts) chose to write about just three—a rich religious woman, a slave girl, and a jailor. Why these three?

That’s a question we should always ask when reading the Bible: Why did the author include this? In this case, Luke records these stories to drive home that the gospel really is for everybody. The three people in Philippi represent the three types of people we find all around us—and show us how can we engage them with the gospel.

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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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