It is Thanksgiving weekend here in Canada, with the official holiday coming up on Monday. We have escaped the city with some friends and are nicely settled here in the quiet beauty of Eastern Ontario. We are thankful and anticipating a quiet, restful weekend.
Today’s Kindle deals include just a few—a good end to what has been a bit of a slow week!: Confronted by Grace by John Webster, Where Only God Could Lead by Cary Schmidt, The Cross in the Experience of Our Lord by R.A. Finlayson, Old Wives Tales by Clare Heath-Whyte, and War in the Wasteland by Douglas Bond.
Chick-fil-A massively outsells its competitors even though “all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays, due to a national corporate policy—whereas most of their competitors are open seven days a week.”
WORLD: “InterVarsity Christian Fellowship USA, an evangelical ministry serving more than 41,000 U.S. college students, is taking flak for reaffirming its biblical stance on human sexuality and requiring its employees do likewise.”
Apparently dogs may just tell time with their noses. Who knew?
“I am a pediatric occupational therapist, and I play for the glory of God.” This is a sweet article.
Stephen McAlpine shares ten tips from ten years of involvement in the missional church planting scene.
This Day in 1971. 45 years ago today Russell Moore was born. Happy birthday, Russell!
Here’s a unique situation that arises in a unique ministry context. And I post this older article because apparently the man in question died yesterday.
“You can stream all of the messages in Dr. R.C. Sproul’s classic series’ Chosen by God and The Holiness of God for free. You can also stream these series for free on YouTube.” If you’ve never seen these, get thee to YouTube!
Here are a few songs we sing at Grace Fellowship Church that you may not be familiar with.
My thanks goes to The Good Book Company for sponsoring the blog this week with “3 Ways To Be Ready for the Best Evangelistic Opportunity this Year.”
To become slow to anger is to become like God. —David Powlison