Coffee Break – 05.15.2017

Your Monday Dose Of Inspiration

On this day in history: In 1602, Cape Cod was discovered by Bartholomew Gosnold. In 1800, President John Adams orders the federal government to pack up and leave Philadelphia and set up shop in the nation’s new capital in Washington, D.C. And in 1942, gasoline rationing began in the U.S. The limit was 3 gallons a week for nonessential vehicles.

Coffee Break

Chemex Coffee Brewing – This is my favorite brewing method by far, and it is a lot easier than most people realize. This tutorial explains just how easy it is, and you can order one here.

7 Tips To Look Amazing Without Overdressing – There is no reason why you can’t be the best dressed person in the room, no matter where you are. But doing so does not mean that you have to be overdressed. Here are seven excellent tips to help you out.

Just How Big Is The Universe? – This comes from the Huffington Post, so take that for what it’s worth, but the universe may be a whole lot bigger than we imagined. And God knows every last particle of it.

What Happens To Our Bodies After We Die? – As Christians, we know what happens to us after we die. But what about the body we leave behind? What happens to it? This my be slightly morbid, and maybe even gross, but it’s a valid question, and the answers are very interesting.


Today In Church History
On May 15, 1984, Francis Schaeffer died. Schaeffer was a prominent Christian apologist and author. With his wife, Edith, he had operated L’Abri, a ministry to intellectuals. Read more about him here.


Where Did Satan Come From? – This is a common question I hear a lot. We read the early chapters of Genesis, and all of a sudden, Satan appears, seemingly out of nowhere. This article is a brief adaptation of the book, Did The Devil Make Me Do It?

6 Ways The Psalms Sing To Our Fears – The book of Psalms has long been considered a great source of comfort for our lives. In this article, you can see how the psalms comfort our fears.

10 Reasons I’m Thankful To Be A Dad – I have seven kids. My life as a dad can be crazy and hectic. But I wouldn’t trade one moment of it away. These are Tim Challies’ reasons to be grateful, but they are mine as well.

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