Peter Silas Blog: Faith & Technology
|Peter Silas Blog is not just another Christian site. Instead, it’s all about bringing one another together in faith: one technological advance at a time. Through technology, we can come together as one and share our faith using modern creativity. I aim to bring you the best via eBook reviews, online advertising, Kindle Promos and the like. Promote your work here to spread the Word, and journey with me in Christ! You can read more about my mission here.|
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Drew Moves Review
Drew is back: but this time embarks on a new journey separate from Boo!
Drew and Boo Adopt Lou & Sue Review
Drew, often with Boo, has brightened up our households in many ways and now the pair has teamed up again!
Drew and the Cyber Bully
Check out Justine Danielle Del Monte and Brandon Chappell’s newest hit! As with past releases, another important issue facing today’s children is solved by acts of kindness, love and responsibility.
Check out my newest author interview page here – 2 new author interviews!
Peter Silas’ Most Recent Review of The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things by J.A. Miller
Spiritual Depth Throughout
The Heart is Deceitful Above all Things by J.A. Miller is a Christian Fiction work that will make you keep wondering and hoping for what comes next. Set in the past, on an island and of a people that actually do exist, it presents a very common battle that we all struggle with: a fight between what we want, what God wants for us, and what we think God wants for us. Given that one opportunity where a prayer may have been answered and you felt a decision needed to be rendered, what would you do? Would you truly be ready to answer His call?
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What’s New with Technology in Christian Faith?
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Featured Christian Faith Blogging Articles:
Hang on to Your Faith During the Now
I have finally reached the point where I am able to post on a daily (almost!) basis. This new category reveals different thoughts that I ponder over during the span of a day, which could include things that happen directly to me or even possibly something that I simply observe. The main idea here is that I am sharing an abstraction between the visible and invisible worlds, and in doing so I am strengthening my own awareness and practicing virtue in the quest to move closer to Him. I encourage you to do this at least once a day. How much stronger would this make you, by looking past your misfortune or another difficult experience, and gleaning into what possibly could be what is best for you in all His glory?
And 5 reasons to take care of the image…
Many would find a focus on the body to be counterproductive in a journey toward Christ, especially within the boundaries of Orthodoxy. But it is through these same boundaries that you can see just how productive it can be. When I mention the “image,” I am not referring to what most in this world would automatically think about: how you look to others, or how physically fit or hot you appear and thus attract provocative thought processes. Definitely not! I am referring to the image of God. This is a reoccurring theme in many of my blog posts because it is so central to everything we use, along with our relationships with those we know, to relate to something that we cannot see. That’s how the importance of using icons, venerating (not worshiping!) the saints, taking care a church building (the list goes on) is shown to be so tangible: the Christian image of God is in all He has created.