Around the Web (4/1)

  • Lord, give them minds to do your will.” Doy Moyer reveals, “I have prayed this daily for my children for years. I still do, though now they have grown up and are forging their own way.”
  • Tim Challies writes, “I have found myself thinking back to the many models of fatherhood I have seen and admired through the years. What made these fathers admirable? What set them apart? What was it that they said to their children? From these models I have drawn seven things a good father says.”
  • Ferrell Jenkins helps us visualize Isaiah 25:6.
  • Adam Willingham just started a blog called Bible Bits. His short post on building bigger barns is worth thinking about today.
  • Mark Altrogge suggests that what you think you need may not be what you really need in marriage.


Touring the Milky Way now is as easy as clicking a button with NASA’s new zoomable, 360-degree mosaic. The star-studded panorama of our galaxy is constructed from more than 2 million infrared snapshots taken over the past 10 years by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope.

“If we actually printed this out, we’d need a billboard as big as the Rose Bowl Stadium to display it,” said Robert Hurt, an imaging specialist at NASA’s Spitzer Space Science Center in Pasadena, California. “Instead, we’ve created a digital viewer that anyone, even astronomers, can use.”

NASA Spitzer Telescope Image