Saturday Links

Links for your weekend reading:

The Fields Are White for Harvest, Even When You See Few Conversions

When you see few, if any, conversions in your place of ministry, it can be hard to believe that what Jesus said in John 4:35 is true.

What Kind of Men Does God Use?

Horatius Bonar, writing the preface to John Gillies’ Accounts of Revival, proposed that men useful to the Holy Spirit for revival stand out in these nine ways.

30 Lessons from 30 Years

For what they are worth, here are 30 lessons from the past 30 years.

The Importance of the Pastoral “I Don’t Know”

One of the most valuable sentences in a pastor’s arsenal is “I don’t know.”

Six Ways to Build Your Confidence as a Leader

Here are six considerations that can help increase your confidence as a leader.

The State of Evangelicalism in Canada

Australia is further along the secularization process, but Canada is coming on strong, and evangelicals need to be aware of the shifts and be ready for the new reality.

Stage Two Exile: Are You Ready for It?

The Western church is about to enter stage two of its exile from the mainstream culture and the public square. And it will not be an easy time.

A Pastor’s Response to the Death of a Childhood Abuser

I want to make public my frustration at crimes she never paid for. At the same time I want to be magnanimous in my forgiveness as Christ has been in his for my sin.
Instead I feel conflicted.

Why You Should Take Notes by Hand

If you want to learn something from a class or lecture — or, from that matter, a meeting, conference, or any other situation where you’re basically sitting and listening — you’re best off taking notes with pen and paper.
Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash

I'm a grateful husband, father, oupa, and pastor of Liberty Grace Church in Toronto. I love learning, writing, and encouraging. I'm on a lifelong quest to become a humble, gracious old man.
Toronto, Canada