Curated links for your weekend reading:
It is not enough simply to accept obscurity, if it happens to be our lot. Rather, there is virtue in positively pursuing obscurity, in seeking anonymity and nonrecognition.
The ultimate aim of the universe is not our supremacy but the supremacy of Jesus Christ.
We can learn a lot about the way de-conversions work through stories like Saruman’s.
Understanding and remembering sin’s many consequences – even for a believer – can give us the clarity and motivation we need to resist temptation when it comes.
As you labor in the study to put together a feast for your congregation on Sundays, remember to include menu items that kids can eat as well.
By reading each section of Scripture for 2-3 weeks and systematically working through the Bible, we will know the Bible better than if we read it sporadically.
The following are ten suggested ways pastors can pray to be led by Jesus, drawn from various psalms.
One of the biggest challenges new churches face is finding space to meet.