Since 1894, when motor racing's colourful history began with a bang (and a banger!), drivers, racers and lunatics alike have done many stupid and bizarre things all in the name of motor sport. Author Geoff Tibballs has gathered together this absorbing collection of stories from over a century of motor racing around the world, including the Frenchman who drove 25 miles in reverse, the Grand Prix in which the leading drivers were so far ahead that they stopped for a meal in the pits, the Le Mans 24-hour race won by a car patched up with chewing gum, and the driver who drank six bottles of champagne - virtually one per pit-stop - on the way to winning the Indianapolis 500.
Jesus commanded his followers to share the gospel to the ends of the earth, but this becomes difficult as one encounters cultural differences. Based on his experiences as a church planting missionary in Hawaii, Pastor Aaron Davis offers a brief and simple guide to overcoming cultural differences by embracing other cultures. This guide is offered in three easy principles, complete with discussion questions.