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A La Carte (February 4)
February 04, 2016
You’ll enjoy Burk Parson’s short but powerful meditation on true reformation.
The most recent episode of Mortification of Spin begins with a discussion of counseling women whose husbands are addicted to pornography, then goes on to discuss a host of other important areas. This is a very helpful discussion.
That this happens is outrageous. That few people seem to care is even more outrageous.
“The same heart of faith that comes to God in prayer patiently waits and watches for God to answer his prayer.”
Westminster Books has a couple of books on sale by Mez McConnell. Read the books, watch the video, and join them on a 20schemes vision trip. (I will be there in October!)
This Day in 1555. 461 years ago today, English Reformer John Rogers was burned at the stake at Smithfield, the first of many martyrs in the reign of Mary Tudor. *
We live in a noisy world and “the subtle danger of the unrelenting noise in our lives is that we may miss the voice of God.”
Here are some helpful resources for those who use Evernote.
Daniel and Amy McArthur of Ashers Bakery are at the center of a storm in Ireland after refusing to make a cake celebrating gay marriage. (You can read the story here.) Daniel’s statement to the media is a joy to listen to.
If your god never disagrees with you, you might just be worshiping an idealized version of yourself. —Tim Keller