Revel in the Rubble

Welcome to the latest Revelry Roundup!

I'd like to take this opportunity to wish you a happy Thanksgiving! May you and your families share the holiday reveling in gratitude and praise for the countless blessings we have in Jesus Christ our Savior.

And since this is the season when spare time to revel in the rubble is limited, we have just two quick updates for this issue of Revelry Roundup. Even still, if you find some bits of humor and light worth sharing, please do so freely.  

Addicted to Logos 5

My long-held passion for exploring God's Word turned into an addiction a few years back when I discovered Logos Bible Software. If you haven't experienced Logos, let me introduce you to the ultimate Bible study tool for busy Christians in ministry. I've written a detailed review of Logos 5, covering what's new in the latest update and what's revel-worthy in the freshly designed Gold package.

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Election Day Blues

On Election Day 2012, I woke up feeling "inspired" to write this poem. It's for every believer looking forward to our Lord's return. I hope it encourages you to keep looking up, because one day freedom will reign for us in heaven, our eternal homeā€”the only true nation under God.

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Revel in the Rubble is a community designed to support and encourage Christians who serve the Lord in ministry. My prayer is that together we'll build a fun and refreshing environment where believers can enjoy the journey together, escape the daily pressures, and be restored to the simple joy of our salvation. Each of us has a story to tell of our unequaled adventure following Jesus Christ in Christian ministry. I invite you to come and share your experiences as we revel in the rubble of our lives.

Enjoy,

Mary Fairchild

Give thanks to the LORD and proclaim his greatness.
    Let the whole world know what he has done.

1 Chronicles 16:8 (NLT)