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Joe Carter takes a blessedly objective look at President Trump’s recent executive order.
J.D. Greear shares what may prove a helpful resource. “One of the benefits of a new year is stopping to take stock of our lives—to assess whether we’re actually spending our time doing what matters most. We’ll never live the life God intends for us unless we intend to, and intending starts with an honest look at how we’ve created our schedules.”
What would happen if an atomic bomb was dropped near you? All kinds of awful stuff.
Every week I look forward to Jared Wilson’s Monday-morning article. Here it is.
There used to be 4 billion chestnut trees in the U.S., but now it’s national news when someone finds one.
This Day in 1912. 105 years ago today missionary, philosopher, author and lecturer Francis Schaeffer was born. Schaeffer was a leading figure in the resurgence of evangelicalism in the 60s ad 70s. *
I was more interested in the details of this article than the big picture. There are lots of emotions for which English has no word. But other languages have a richer emotional vocabulary.
I was sorry to hear of the death of Dr. Iain Campbell at just 53. (See also here.)
It’s pretty clear the F-35 jet fighter is a complete disaster, yet it keeps going. This video shows how it’s actually a brilliant piece of engineering—economic and political engineering, that is.
Work is not significant only when it utilizes my full capacity or full capabilities. Work is not significant only when it is measurable in dollars and cents or praise and compliments. Work has intrinsic significance because it gives me the opportunity to do something with joy—with joy in the Lord.
Sin is ugly. It should be killed daily. I die every day, because Jesus said, “Take up your cross daily” and crosses are for dying.—John Piper