Around the Web – 8/2/2010

  • Christian Stops Robbery by Sharing about Jesus. A young robber went into a South Florida cell phone store hoping to come out with some cash until he was dissuaded by a talk about Jesus. “You know what, … you take whatever you want. I’m just going to talk with you about the Jesus I have … before you leave,” Nayara Goncalves, the store manager, told the man.
  • They Reached Me First. Scott Moore shares how his Islamic neighbors reached out to him and his wife at the birth of their daughter. “The doorbell rang. As the dog barked, and as the kids proceeded to run around like chickens with their head cut off, I left Katie to the new baby and answered the door. I was not prepared for my visitors.”
  • The Humane Reader. “The Humane Reader is a low-cost device which can bring a five thousand book library into a home or school which has no other access to internet content. The Reader can be produced in quantity for approximately $20 per unit, and uses any existing television set as a display device for Wikipedia or other content.”

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