Story Of Sadhu Sundar Singh by Cyril J. Davey presents the story of the life of a young Indian mystic who rebelled against God. After struggling with his life, he finally sought God and received an answer when the Lord Jesus appeared to him. From that point on Sundar Singh lived the life of an Indian holy man who was totally committed to Christ. His ministry stretched across India, into Tibet, and around the world. All this took place during his 39 years of life.
Sadhu Sundar Singh (1889-1929), the son of a wealthy landowner in the Punjab plain of India, was a prime candidate for becoming another honored member of the “Singh” (lion) family. God had other plans. Continue reading →
The reason I like Coca-Cola is because of what Coke is. It’s not so much the taste of Coke, (unless it’s made in Latin America with REAL sugar cane). It’s not even the fact that Coca-Cola is available all over the world and has one of the most widely recognized logos of all times.
Maybe it’s because my Grandma has always liked Coke, especially when it’s in glass. Even if she has to pour it out of a can, Grandma likes her coke in a glass. So, we buy the classic Coke bottles that come out around Christmas for her to enjoy.
What gets me is the brand and personality of Coke. You know, there’s the curvy bottle, catchy simple phrases like, “Always Coca-Cola” and “Enjoy” plus the fun that the Coke people seem to have with what they do. Just watch this video and you’ll see what I mean.
I see examples like this and ask myself. How can I be as joyful of a brand evangelist of the things important to me as Coke is of their sugar water?