It recently occurred to me that it has now been a year since I began writing on a full-time basis. And what a year it has been! I’m deeply thankful to you for continuing to read the site and for all the encouragement you’ve sent my way. A special shout-out goes to my Patreon supporters and to the many companies and ministries who have been sponsors. Here’s to many more years…
This is a powerful article on miscarriage.
This one seems appropriate in light of the last article. “What the church needs and, therefore, what the world needs are Christians who identify as pilgrims, feel like sojourners, and exist as exiles. When people look at us, do they see a people gloriously uneasy in this world because we’re longing for another?”
Al Mohler: “Regrettably, many American Christians know little about economics. Furthermore, many Christians assume that the Bible has nothing at all to say about economics. But a biblical worldview actually has a great deal to teach us on economic matters.”
Slate has a long and interesting article about the (hopeful) future of the pro-life movement.
This is a good, simple reminder.
This Day in 1605. 411 years ago today French theologian Theodore Bezi, widely known as John Calvin’s successor, died. *
Here’s how Wilberforce failed and succeeded at striking a healthy balance of work and family responsibilities.
“When it comes to making each day more productive, you’re used to hearing the same tips over and over again. Resist the temptation to continuously check your email. Wake up earlier. Craft a powerful and compelling to-do list.” Here are a few unique ones.
“There is ONE symptom that almost every person with a mental health problem experiences–repetitive, negative thought patterns. Rumination.”
Just like the title says: 7 things your church needs from you. Yes, you!
The Bible characters never fell on their weak points but on their strong ones; unguarded strength is double weakness.—Oswald Chambers