All posts by: Bob Culver

One World, Many Questions

Sheala Vastbinder’s Blog is seen at One World, Many Questions...
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The 20 American colleges with the most foreign students

The 20 American colleges with the most foreign students. Notice which ones have the highest percentage of  international students....
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Welcome home daddy!

Today I was at my buddy Keith Hubbard ‘s funeral. An easy going, affable friend to many international students, Keith served at my side on several GO West, GO East & Florida Christmas Conference trips. On one of those GW...
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What’s your Olympic goal?

What’s your Olympic goal? “My drive in life is from this horrible fear of being mediocre. And that’s always pushing me, pushing me. Because even though I’ve become Somebody. I still have to prove that Somebody. My struggle has never...
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Does God really inhabit our praise?

Does God really inhabit our praise? Ps 223  But thou art holy, O thou that “inhabitest” the praises of Israel. (KJV) A decade before we started Go West trips and using buses as a ministry tool, I recall seeking the...
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Valentine Gift (FREE DAY) @ High Museum of Art, Feb 14, 2016

What to join us for a special Valentine Gift@ High Museum of Art, Feb 14, 2016? It’s FREE! http://www.high.org/Programs/Programs/Events/2016-Events/Family-Programs/Family-Festivals-021416.aspx?tab=2 If you live near Emory or GA Tech & want a ride, please call or  txt 404-444-6956 or email bob@iface.org. I...
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The 1 gift you can only give once that keeps giving

Take a look at this true story about a young married man, David Goodman, who gave the gift of martyrdom that allowed others to later experience the love, power & forgiveness of Jesus Christ. See how his gift also helped...
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Who Cares About the Oscars?

Most international students care as much about the Oscar nominations as they do about American football. How many international students know who played in this week’s National Football Championship Game? If it’s not World Cup Soccer or Cricket, who cares?...
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Superhero or dual nature?

Bill Cosby and dual natures Bill Cosby image via Randy Miramontez / Shutterstock.com Ted Williams III 12/17/15 I love superhero stories. The idea that a mild-mannered, shy and unassuming person could transform into a fearless superhuman and selfless protector of...
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Seeking God’s Face… in Stangers

Want to read a book that might tilt your thinking & theology on the tangle of immigration? Of course you don’t. That’s why we need books like “Not in God’s Name: Confronting Religious Violence” by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, referred by...
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