Today’s Kindle deals include a couple of titles. I’ll keep hunting to see what else I can find.
Katie Hughes shares a few things her family has learned through the adoption of two of their children.
“At every stage of our Christian development, and in every sphere of our Christian discipleship, pride is our greatest enemy and humility our greatest friend.” Indeed.
“In this brief clip from his teaching series The Whole Christ, Sinclair Ferguson explains that our sanctification cannot add to our justification.” It’s a simple truth, but one we’re prone to forget.
Here is a list of 13 things a pastor should never say from the pulpit.
Here is a helpful video on how to know when it is time to leave a church.
“In these tumultuous days of unceasing revelations of sexual scandals in media, politics and business, media enterprises especially face a new ethical challenge with their fallen stars: What do you do with history and art?” It’s a valid question today.
Dr. David Sills answers this question, “Is it better to go on a short-term missions trip or use the money to support full-time missionaries? Do short-term mission teams do any good?”
If we look through the lens of population we see that, actually, most of the work remains to be done. We’re only just getting started! There are 7 times more people in the world today than there were during the great age of Christian missions.
There are two things to do about the gospel: believe it and behave it.—Susanna Wesley