Weekend A La Carte (February 13)

The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you as you serve and worship him this weekend.

Become a Patron

Today’s Kindle deals include some classics along with some newer works.

(Yesterday on the blog: Waiting with Faith)

We Must Reclaim Friendship From the Bonds of Social Media

Chris has a strong article here about making sure that our friendships, whenever possible, transcend social media.

Ravi Zacharias Hid Hundreds of Pictures of Women, Abuse During Massages, and a Rape Allegation

As much as I hate to link to such an ugly story, it’s important that we fact the facts about Ravi Zacharias. Here CT extensively reports on what are now the undeniable facts. (See also Zacharias Ministry Acknowledges Founder’s Sexual Misconduct by WORLD.)

In the Wake of Ravi Zacharias’s Sexual Abuse of Women

On that note, Randy Alcorn says, “While we should all live consistently with the gospel, our obedience and virtue should never be the foundation or object of anyone else’s faith. Christian leaders are not God. They did not create you and didn’t die for your sins. If your primary faith is in Christian leaders instead of Jesus, then you need to lose that faith and replace it with Jesus alone, the only proper object of your faith. Put your ultimate and absolute faith in no man except Jesus, the God-man.”

How To Move a Building

Sometimes a whole building needs to be moved. Here’s how it happens…

The Gift Giver’s Joy

Here’s a reflection on the joy of giving.

iGeneration and iDentity

“The iGeneration isn’t logging onto social media to argue about politics, post memes, or catch-up with long lost friends. They’re logging on to find themselves – to form, shape, and define their identity.”

Flashback: What Do Hitmen and Porn Watchers Have in Common?

Maybe it’s time we stop acting as if viewing pornography is a wholly different crime from commissioning it, creating it, or participating in it.

While only one man in ten may have the talent to become a very great preacher, the other nine, if they love Christ and love human souls, can become great pastors. —Theodore Cuyler