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Al Mohler says, “When the essential institutions of society are no longer respected, government demands that respect for itself. That is a recipe for tyranny.”
Grace is an American living in Tanzania and tells how Americans may need to begin living a little bit more like she does even in their own land.
“How many families coexist for long periods of time living on ‘fast food’ interactions? These conversations are quick, easy, and immediate. We talk about what is necessary to keep the family going. We say enough to make decisions, get through the day’s busy routine, or to provide correction to a child’s behavior. But we rarely stop and offer something constructive or something that edifies or gives grace.”
I do enjoy my morning cup of coffee, but these tips look like they might work just as well.
I was recently a guest on the Inner Revolution podcast to discuss productivity. It was a fun and low-key conversation.
There are lots of good suggestions here for churches to move prayer to the center of ministry.
This Day in 1619. 397 years ago today, the Canons of Dort, a Calvinist response to the Arminian Remonstrance, are promoted and taught in Dort’s Great Church. *
The Elisha Foundation (TEF) is partnering with Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA to host a conference on disability that serves parents or caregivers of people with disabilities. It begins next Friday.
Exactly. When you call her hot you force the rest of us into an unfair situation. It’s going to be weird whether we agree or disagree with your assessment!
This article was written in response to Roman Catholics who took issue with my understanding of their theology. So I looked at it from the other angle: What does official Roman Catholic teaching say about what I believe?
The man that is most busy in censuring others is always least employed in examining himself.—Thomas Lye