Monthly Archives: October 2014
Costumes, candy, decoration sales: $7.4 billion Pet costumes: $350 million (fastest growing category, up 59% since 2010) Candy: $2.2 billion Average alcohol consumption rises 30% when it falls on Friday or Saturday Adult costumes: $1.3 billion Kid costumes: $1.06 billion … Continue reading
Perhaps the question is not how long it takes to disciple someone to maturity, but rather how long it takes to get someone on the path to following Jesus. Only Jesus can fully disciple someone. Are we ever fully mature?
For an article, I’m working on tracking down this “71% Christians got saved young” figure to understand it better. Looking for the original source. Wikipedia post on Child evangelism movement pointed me to: “The Great Commission to reach a new generation,” … Continue reading
Considering a number of strategic questions to cover in 2015. These are the sorts of questions a team needs to ask/investigate in order to really know the area they are focused on – the opportunities and challenges. What I have … Continue reading
Global Cities, Present and Future 2014 Global Cities index and emerging cities outlook A. T. Kearney, downloadable PDF, iPad, Kindle. Important report. But the PDF is only a downloadable summary; it does not include the individual indicators per city. Top … Continue reading