Here’s hope and encouragement for those of us parenting a difficult child.
Christianity Today: “Christians in Russia won’t be allowed to email their friends an invitation to church or to evangelize in their own homes if Russia’s newest set of surveillance and anti-terrorism laws are enacted.”
I enjoyed this little video where Steve Lawson recounts discovering William Tyndale. Kind of. (Also, watch/listen/read him tell how fulfilled prophecy demonstrates divine inspiration.)
“In the evenings, Charles Spurgeon’s wife would sit on a cushion at his feet and read to him. So far, I have been unsuccessful in persuading my wife to do the same for me, but I think I may have found an alternative solution.”
Do all of the new tools at our disposal mean that preachers no longer need to learn Hebrew and Greek? It’s a great question to ask.
Are you aware of RefNet? It’s Ligonier’s 24-hour Christian internet radio featuring biblical preaching and teaching. They curate it for you so you can just listen and enjoy.
This Day in 1973. 43 years ago today, in Korea, the Far Eastern Broadcasting Co. began transmitting the Gospel from HLAZ, its first radio station in this country. FBEC is active today through radio missions outreach, and focuses its work among the islands of Eastern Asia and the Pacific. *
Exercise isn’t the best way to lose weight, but you probably learned that on your own.
Here’s some amazing drone footage of some of Europe’s most beautiful castles.
If Christians won’t allow explicit scenes of sexual violence to keep them from watching television shows, what will? If scenes of rape are not over the edge, what is? If we won’t draw the line there, will we draw it anywhere?
Our spiritual maturity will never exceed our knowledge of the Bible.—Albert Mohler