Russell Moore writes for TIME in the aftermath of the shootings in Orlando. “Our national divisions increasingly make it difficult for us not just to work together, but even to pause and weep together. We become more concerned about protecting ourselves from one another’s political pronouncements than we do with mourning with those who mourn.”
You may have noticed a little Trinity debate racing through social media last week. Andrew Wilson provides a reader-friendly recap and explanation.
You know (or hope, at least) you’re reading a missionary blog when the article has a title like that.
Chris briefly lays out the possible and probable meanings for that little word selah that appears so often in the psalms.
“The Italian photographer Luca Locatelli, visiting Mecca this year during the umrah period, captured how radically the city has changed to accommodate this growing influx of pilgrims.” It’s a neat photo essay and a sad testimony to works righteousness.
This Day in 1525. 491 years ago today, German reformer, Martin Luther, formerly a monk, married Katherine von Bora, formerly a nun, who had escaped from her convent in a fish barrel. *
Barnabas Piper shares a poem about being viral.
“Three small communion cups, drained empty, are stacked together in my hand. My two little girls sit on my right, not so little anymore.”
We don’t need faith when we have all the answers. We need faith when we don’t have all the answers.
Do what the Lord bids you, where he bids you, as he bids you, as long as he bids you, and do it at once.—C.H. Spurgeon