Curated links for your weekend reading:
Many disagreements in theological matters come from only holding to one of two complimentary theological truths.
Do your best to be (visibly, at least) unshockable in the face of your children’s unfortunate decisions, choices you don’t like, or struggles with issues you may not fully understand. Why? To maintain the relationship.
Here are five tips to help you persevere through the most demanding of books.
A few years ago I shared some Random, Granular Tips for Bloggers that were meant to help bloggers grow in their craft. Today I am offering an additional list of tips that I hope will accomplish the same goal.
We can find humility and encouragement when we reflect on what it means for Jesus to be the Good Shepherd. His presence as the perfect leader of God’s people provides three key insights for healthy thinking about leadership.
I have reflected on lessons the Lord has taught me through the years regarding church planting. I share ten of them briefly here in the hope they might be an encouragement to others.
Wouldn’t it be just like the Spirit of Jesus to use the church’s current weakness to make it a praying power center and, thus, a beacon of hope to a dying world?
I still have no idea why Miller’s book helped me, but it changed my life.