They allow carriers of the Gospel to travel more quickly and more efficiently than any time in history.

The only exception would be Philip and his translated in Acts 8:39 (my preferred method of travel, though I’ve yet to experience it).

Let’s not succumb to the tactics of the enemy that often convince us to curse modern means of transportation and technologies, and by extension curse the spreading of the Good News.

Rather, thank God for his genius. After all he invented technology, not man.

Remembering that simple truth will go a long way in ensuring we use it for Kingdom purposes. And not blow up at every gate gent we see when things don’t go our way. ch:



Nathan R. · 23 Jan ’12 at 11:30 am

Did something also happen on the way back from this last trip to spur those thoughts?

    Christopher Hopper · 23 Jan ’12 at 12:02 pm


    Mechanical failure.


    Nathan R. · 23 Jan ’12 at 12:52 pm

    and you showed amazing restraint discussing it on the Interwebs. Now I get it. 🙂

gabe · 23 Jan ’12 at 7:57 pm

this is off topic, but…

i finished reading the white lion chronicles (all three of them) a few days ago, and WOW. those were amazing books! awesome job, and c’symia for writing them (and for posting the third book free :D).

    Christopher Hopper · 24 Jan ’12 at 8:44 am

    You’re welcome Gabe. Appreciate that.

    Please help spread the word!

    Ebook versions will be available the first week of February it looks like.

Mom · 23 Jan ’12 at 9:46 pm

You are sooo right

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