Links for your weekend reading:
If there’s anything we should give up this time of year, it’s our sense of superiority either to those outside the church or those inside the church who do things differently than we do.
An interested thing happened around the time that the city of Detroit declared bankruptcy. While the outside world looked in at Detroit and saw a city dying and broken, a group of young people saw something different. A group of people believed that the city of Detroit was not done yet.
Painful as it is I’ve also seen how the Lord has used my times of darkness to further his glory. Here are seven ways that God uses depression in the pastor’s life.
Are you seeking a human to satisfy you or are you seeking to be content in Jesus?
Here are four rules (I promise, these are rules you’ll like!) that can help us diffuse busyness and sit at Jesus’s feet.
Today is going to be a challenge. You may only be able to make a few small steps. But remember, a lot of ground is covered over time by an accumulation of small steps. Purpose to be a plodder.
Life is complicated. Our choices won’t be easy. If we are to live faithfully in this brave new world, we will need wisdom from above.
But some things just aren’t going to change.