Like so many others, I have been deeply troubled and moved by the recent tragedies in America. Here are a few articles I’ve found especially helpful in understanding and processing it: What’s Going On? by Tony Carter; Weep, Love, and Pray by David Murray; The Recent Shootings and What to Say This Sunday by Brian Davis. Also, WORLD writes about just one of the officers who was slain.
What a sweet story. May it stir up our passion for the Word!
I enjoyed reading about Bill Nye’s visit to the new Ark Encounter.
Has science given context to Mary Todd Lincoln’s bizarre behavior as she grew older? Perhaps so.
It is difficult but so important to slow down.
Have you ever wondered why no aquarium has what would probably be its number one attraction? This video explains.
July 10, 1509. 507 years ago tomorrow, French Protestant reformer John Calvin was born in Nyon, France. *
Fittingly, since tomorrow is John Calvin’s birthday, John Piper writes about the origin of Calvinism.
“I am a competitive person and I believe it is this competitive streak that allows envy to make its presence felt in my life. Envy is a sin that makes me feel resentment or anger or sadness because another person has something or another person is something that I want for myself.”
My thanks goes to Christian History Institute for sponsoring the blog this week with “Know your Story, Embrace your Journey.”
Followers of Jesus who count the cost and are willing to take up their crosses after him must have broad shoulders.—Os Guinness