“Growing up in a solid, Christian, God-fearing home, at some indefinable point between child-like faith and adolescent angst, my two-dimensional version of God had become synonymous with rules, broken rules, and never-ending failure. So I left.”
Joel Beeke explains what Calvin believed about prayer. (Also, read his article My Indebtedness to the Puritans.)
In a similar vein, here’s Michael Reeves encouraging you to enjoy your prayer life. He says “I hope this article will be a refreshment and a tonic – maybe even a kick-start! – for our prayer lives.”
Nick talks realistically about some of the ways you can order your marriage.
You may want to bookmark this site where Christa is interviewing a series of women on their Bible study and devotional habits.
This Day in 1887. 129 years ago today at age 50, evangelist D.L. Moody organized the Chicago Evangelization Society. Two years later, the Society established the Bible Institute for Home and Foreign Missions. Moody died in 1899, and in 1900 the school was renamed Moody Bible Institute. *
Wired’s absurd creature of the week isn’t as much absurd as horrific.
It is wise for parents to occasionally read an article like this and be reminded of the importance of knowing what your children are doing online.
Believer, when you are on your knees, remember you are going to a king. Let your petitions be large.—C.H. Spurgeon