I really enjoyed this article on the history of Valentine’s Day.
“The Apostle Paul has a tendency to give us lists of sins. He gives us at least five of them. At first glance, it feels like he is simply piling it on. But his lists include a recurring structure that brings keen insight into the human condition.”
Gospel Song Union combines all of the former Mars Hill Bands. They were (and are) creating some really, really good music.
John Piper answers this question: “When it comes to giving 10% of my income to a church — my tithe — can I split the money and give, say, 5% to my church and 5% to a non-profit Christian ministry?”
The Bible warns against it and this article teases out some of the ways we may do it.
Formal mentoring is great, but often the greatest mentoring happens in those little moments.
This Day in 1915. 101 years ago today, blind hymn writer Fanny Crosby died. She wrote beloved classics like “Blessed Assurance” and “To God be the Glory.” *
William Barrick writes about the danger of the word study fallacy.
It takes no less grace to save a child from a sinful future than it does to save an adult from a sinful past.—Hershael York