Thanks to all who prayed for me and for the Se Hombre conference here in Santo Domingo. A couple of thousand men attended with thousands more watching the livestream. The Lord is at work in Latin America and it’s wildly encouraging. I preach one more time this evening, then head home tomorrow.
Women may be interested in catching the livestream of Revive ’15 with Nancy Leigh DeMoss and others. The event begins this afternoon.
Jared Wilson has some helpful advice for conference speakers and for the people who invite them.
Here’s your guide to when and where to watch this weekend’s lunar eclipse.
“A new camera developed at MIT can photograph a trillion frames per second. Compare that with a traditional movie camera which takes a mere 24. This new advancement in photographic technology has given scientists the ability to photograph the movement of the fastest thing in the Universe, light.”
This Day in 1929. J. Gresham Machen delivers the inaugural address at Westminster Seminary to a class of fifty students. *
Russell Moore distinguishes between offence and persecution.
Denny Burk listened to the pope’s speech yesterday and provides a few reflections.
Kevin DeYoung turns to Bavinck for the answer.
Too often we confuse popularity with success, and obscurity with failure. —Chris Larson