Logos users will want to take note that John MacArthur’s commentaries are finally available again.
Winston Smith offers brief, wise counsel on self-disclosure while dating.
NPR did a brief feature on Josh Harris and discussed his updated views on dating and courtship.
I enjoyed this interview: “I’m a pastor at a mid-sized suburban church as well as a deputy sheriff in the same area. By day, I have the joy of leading people to follow Jesus. By night, I’m a public servant, performing the standard duties of a patrol officer—from answering 911 calls to patrolling to providing presence in the community to assisting people.”
I am linking to this article because I saw a number of people I respect say very positive things about it.
Recent developments “that Christians will need to think more carefully about marijuana than most of us have until now. Not everyone will be tempted to consume pot, but most everyone will be in a position to advise someone who is considering it.”
This Day in 1813. 203 years ago today, Adoniram and Anne Judson first laid eyes on Rangoon, Burma. It would be five years before the Judsons baptized their first convert. *
Here’s an interesting one on the rise and dominance of Amazon. “Today, the question is not whether Amazon can survive but whether we can survive without Amazon.”
Matt Capps wisely addresses a very common issue.
I wrote this to give an idea of how to do family devotions and to show how simple it can be.
Everything that God does to His people is all love. Sometimes the love is a little disguised, but the love is always there. —C.H. Spurgeon