Years of Love – We love stories like this, don’t we? “Last week, after 63 years of marriage, Bob Cousy said goodbye to his bride. His loved ones say he’s bereft, inconsolable. And they’re surprised that he agreed to an interview, because Cousy is a private man who cared for Missie alone for more than a decade, never seeking help, services or sympathy. That wasn’t in the game plan.”
Making God the Center – It is always so easy to draft away from having God as the center of our congregational worship and putting ourselves there instead. This brief article reminds us of our priorities when we gather to worship.
The Church Needs Seminary – Kevin DeYoung writes about why the church still needs its seminaries.
Free from Porn – “For those trapped in pornography addiction, how does grace train us to set porn aside and pursue a life of holiness instead? How does grace empower this kind of change?” Heath Lambert answers the questions.
Missionary Economics – This is an interesting article about the overlap between mission work and economics. “If missionaries can get a strong understanding of the intended and unintended consequences of choices made before making them, long-term solutions can be found, not simply short-term fixes.”
You can be as straight as a gun barrel theologically–and be as empty as one spiritually.—A.W. Tozer