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The Ata: God’s Narrative Continues - I really enjoyed this film recounting God’s work in Papua New Guinea. Watch it and be encouraged!
Five Questions With a Former Muslim - Nabeel Qureshi was raised in a Pakistani-American family and grew up a devout Muslim. Here’s a short but excellent interview with him.
Why Keep Sexual Boundaries? - Ed Welch shares a helpful reflection on sin (that is applicable to all sin and not only sexual sin).
Where Satan Will Attack You Today - “You wonder why it’s so hard to find some peace of mind? Well, peace is hard to come by when you live in a warzone. And like it or not you are in a war — a very serious one. This war is cosmic in its proportions. It involves God, humans, angels, demons, principalities, powers, nations, and antichrists. And do you know where the front of the battle is? It’s in your head.”
Busting a Book Buying Myth - Yes to this, on the whole.
Only One Life - Nathan Busenitz provides a short introduction to C.T. Studd, a name you ought to know.
Take heed you speak not peace to yourself before God speaks it. —John Owen