Spurgeon and humor

Some years ago there was a documented case in the British Medical Journal about a man who laughed himself well. He actually had a terminal illness, and through the employment of laughter therapy, he allowed his body to successfully fight the disease. While we may grudgingly acknowledge the merit of such a case, for the most part, we find such an incident almost incredible. Can laughter really be that good for us? The Bible definitely supports such a notion.

Spurgeon was one of the most significant preachers of the nineteenth century. And his sense of humor and fun was a key element in his ministry.

Read more

Home   
graphic by TwitterButtons.com
Web Evangelism Bulletin
Subscribe by email or RSS

Visit our blog:

Digital Evangelism blog

Add to your site

facebook
You can automatically syndicate the Bulletin onto your Facebook Wall with 3 easy steps: read more.

Please also ‘Like’ our Facebook Fan page.

Add summary of latest Bulletin to your site.

Our Paper.li daily: subscribe by email | embed on your blog or site:
Subscribe by email:

Please share with your friends

– ready-made wording about this page

Syndicate Bulletin into your page

Blog this/add to newsletters






creative commons icon Creative Commons: reuse any material with attribution

Please ‘Like’ whole IE Day site on your Wall:
Please ‘Like’ this page on your FB pages:
Please ‘Like’ our Facebook Page:

Please click to share this page on Google +1 and LinkedIn:

Add to
your site?
Printed from Internet Evangelism Day ©
Can be freely reproduced in print with attribution to InternetEvangelismDay.com.