On the Radar (4/26/11)

Mars Hill on CNN

Looks like the Easter Service at Qwest Field generated some buzz. CNN picked it up.

Is Your Worship Service Too Loud?

If you are anything like our church, we use electricity in our music, it can be a little loud sometimes.  This info graphic breaks done the proper decibel levels.

Chinese Christians Arrested for Public Easter Service

Up to 30 members of a Chinese evangelical church were arrested on Sunday for trying to hold an Easter service.

Michael Jordan Highlights

The NBA isn’t what it used to be. I used to watch games all the time, but now they barely hold my interest. Remember: The dream team? Clutch City? Classy players (David Robinson, Clyde Drexler, Otis Thorpe). These elements are lacking today. I miss you NBA. These Jordan highlights will do for now.



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  • http://www.evangodbold.com Evan

    This chart is great because I have had more than one conversation about keeping the volume below 85 dB (on a given Sunday AM we range between 85 dB and around 92 dB). And they usually often cite the “85 dB can cause ear damage” OSHA guideline. To which I have to reply by explaining that the guideline actually states that it takes 8 hours of constant exposure 85 dB to cause ear damage, like working heavy machinery without ear protection, not 30 minutes of music.

    Now I have a chart that I can just refer them to 😛

    • Jeff Medders

      Haha. Nice!! Hearing Loss: you’re on notice.