Stories I thought you’d like – Amazing footage that looks otherworldly!

I find a lot of amazing stories from around the world. They can inspire me to do great things or to think differently about people or a topic. Sometimes I share a mix of some of my favourites. So read on and enjoy.

If Only There were Someone Other than Izzy – Stephen Mcalpine – Length: 7 mins read

A pointed post about how there are other cases of shutting down of free speech. Israel Folou is not the only one, or the most relate-able.

Why We Can’t Love the Sinner but Hate the Sin? – Elias Ghazal (From ABTS) – Lenght: 10 mins read

[Gospel believing Christians] want to love their Muslim neighbors, but they stumble over what [they think] their neighbors believe. Effectively, they do not see a person. They see a religion; a defective religion. And to reconcile between their attitude and their faith, they claim to love the sinner, but hate the sin.

SPACE TO ROAM: DJI Mavic Pro 2 – Andrew Studer – Length: Just watch it 🙂

‘Space to Roam’ is a film inspired by all the unique structures, patterns, and overall “otherworldly” landscapes found in Southwestern America’s public lands in hopes of protecting them. This project is dedicated to the people who preserve the history of and protect our public lands. It is also in honor of ‘astronaut’ Kyle Hague’s grandmother who unfortunately passed away during production.

From the description of the video

For the Fun of It:

The Funniest Table Tennis Match in HISTORY – Official ITTF Channel – Length: 15 amazing minutes

Stories I Thought You’d Like (Early June)

I enjoy reading and listening to stories.  Here are some I found especially interesting in the past week or so.


Insight

Last year I was on the team to Lebanon with Justine.  She is an amazing woman with a great ministry and passion.  She is heading off to Jordan in October on a Muskathlon.  Her story is well worth the listen.

Rewriting the Story of the Starving Armenian– Taste –  10 min read

“What Americans didn’t know was that despite the moniker [of “starving Aremenian”], Armenian families like Kharmandalian’s had a rich food tradition that had been cultivated for eons.”

Christian Living

How To Love Your Wife As Christ Loved the Church – Tim Challies – 10 min read

“As a Christian husband, you are not left wondering or speculating about what it means to carry out your role in a way that pleases God and blesses your wife.  To the contrary, the Bible provides clear guidance: You are to love your wife as Christ loves his church.”

Humour

Almost Every Type of Crying – Tripp & Tyler (Youtube) – 3 1/2 mins watch