Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Adam and Jeremy Say: This is something we recomend doing

Participate in NPLTW!

Yep, yesterday kicked off a week long event to help promote the notion that people shouldn't kill babies (idea sounds simple enough, right?).

National Pro-Life T-shirt Week goes from April 28th through May 4th.

It doesn't matter where or who you are, show your support by wearing some kind of pro-life t-shirt over the next week.

And if you're in the mood, swing over to the NPLTW website, and enter their picture contest of yourself wearing a t-shirt that fits the theme for the week.

Thursday, April 9, 2009

Adam and Jeremy Say: What, you didn't know scrubs has cool online videos?

Well, maybe not cool, but worth watching if you have some time to waste.

We are very infatuated with this year's season of Scrubs on ABC. Make sure you watch it so, it'll score good ratings, and they won't cancel it.

So swing over the the ABC web page for Scrubs, but in the mean time, enjoy this clip:

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Adam and Jeremy Say: this is something we recomend doing...

If you have yet to visit our friend, Greg Koukl's, blog over that the Stand To Reason website, you are missing out a much better commentary than you will ever see at Adam and Jeremy (I know, hard to believe, right?), but you will also find tons of resources handy for some of the deeper issues in life and things that really matter.

Yeah, we all need our daily vid to take the edge off, but when your in the mood to not be shallow, check it out.

I was reading the daily blog today, and they were referencing a particular article discussing the recent ARI survey about the decline of Christianity in America...particularly over the past two decades.
Gasp! I know, it sounds dreadful, but the author of the blog made a very good summation that puts it in proper perspective:
"...I think what that survey indicates is that our culture has changed. But what it doesn't show is that the church has already been changing, too, for the better...."

It's important to realize that our culture is changing, and that it may not be as "easy" to be a Christian anymore, but I think it's also important to know that the church is adapting to the changes in culture in way that is more effective for the cause of Christ. Some critics might be disgruntled and think if you change anything about the traditional church, because you would be straying away from the purity originally established by early believers.
The church is changing for the better because, for the most part, it is holding onto the foundational principles outlined in the Bible and teachings of Jesus without appearing archaic.
I say "for the most part" because some people have gone off the deep end and still somehow mix themselves with the church, but I think it's very small minority, so you can't discredit the whole cultural movement because of a few wackos.