Pop Goes The Gospel August Edition


Each edition of “Pop Goes the Gospel” will be posted on the 30th of each month. Please be sure to get your submissions in by the 25th to be included in each month’s edition. Any article that relates scripture to “pop culture” will be accepted. Take note: Any submission that does not meet the requirements of traditional Christian values may be refused.

Submit your blog article to the next edition of “Pop Goes the Gospel”! Use our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

Welcome to the August 31, 2008 edition of Pop Goes the Gospel. Where the age old Gospel message meets modern pop culture. I received many excellent articles for this edition and I included the best ones below. If you submitted an article and find it not listed in this month’s edition please check with the submission guidelines to be sure your article met with the guidelines of this blog carnival.

Now start the music as we stroll down the midway.

From Church Life

ChristianPF presents 12 Ways to turn a bad day into a better one posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Everybody has bad days – these are a few ways to fix them…”

Daniel Partin presents The Church Papa Built posted at Prophet For Hire: A blog for those seeking relationship with God.Daniel like his prophetic namesake stirs us to take another look at the Church from the ‘Father’s’ perspective. I found his article very thought provoking. Perhaps he could write a series on how the Father looks at most of our comings and goings? What say you?

Yvette Nietzen presents Getting a Direct Power Charge posted at Fresh Wind Ministries, Int´l.Yvette challenges us to plug in directly to the power source rather than seeking a go between. Drawing from the story of the woman with the issue of blood.

For the Family

Crystal Gray [submitting article] / Andy Clark [wrote article] presents Father and Son Enlist and Mom Turns to Faith posted at Today’s Christian, Crystal shares a story she read while surfing the web which blessed her and thought well enough of our readers to pass the blessing along. Be sure to check out this new blog in the blogsosphere as we look forward to more blessings from Andy and Crystal.

Tiffany Partin presents Memory Lane – The Tropical Edition posted at Fathom Deep: Sounding the Depths of God.Tiffany found comfort in the midst of tropical storms through her faith in ‘Papa’. Listen as she recounts the numerous storms she and her family had endured through the years.

ChristianPF presents Getting out of Debt (Part 1): It’s not about you posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, Another fine post by ChristianPF. If you like many others are fighting the sinking black hole of debt perhaps this series of Getting out of Debt articles will benefit you. I have been living debt free for over 25 yrs thanks to the help of the Lord in convicting me of the sin of debt.

In Culture

ChristianPF presents “In God we trust” on our bills? posted at Money in the Bible | Christian Personal Finance Blog, saying, “Should “in God we trust” stay on our bills?” And the survey says? Find out at ChristianPF short post concerning our currency.

crebots presents Thoughts from Albuquerque on a beautiful day posted at Stop Believing Start Thinking.Although this article does not promote basic biblical christianity I found it interesting that even non-believers think about religion so I included it because obviously the gospel goes mainstream even when attempts are made to ignore it.

Crystal Nichols presents The Other Nine posted at Christian in the Corporate World.Do you take time to thank God for the small things?

In Education

Fred Lucas presents John Voight: Barack Obama sowing socialist seeds in young people posted at Barack Obama, Fred has been submitting many articles to this blog carnival and I thought I would use this one because it does show the need for keeping watch over what our children are learning. They learn whatever is put before them so parents it is important that you teach your children in the ways you would like them to be taught and not rely on culture to do so.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of pop goes the gospel using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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