Curated links for your weekend reading:
Pastoring in a Pandemic: Of Grey Hair and Glory
Love believes all things, and I’d like to believe that while my brothers who defied were acting in love, the same was also true of us who did not defy but did so out of love as well.
Tips for Getting Out of a Devotional Rut
We know reading God’s Word and talking with Him in prayer are precious privileges. What can we do when they seem just part of the day’s routine?
1 Percent of a Book Can Change Your Life
I do not remember 99 percent of what I read, but if the 1 percent of each book or article I do remember is a life-changing insight, then I don’t begrudge the 99 percent.
George Whitefield Tried to Kill Me
Walk before the Lord according to His Word, and don’t put pressure on yourself that doesn’t come from the conviction of the Holy Spirit through the Word of God.
Wouldn’t it be sufficient for Him to tell us that if God cares for birds, surely He cares for us? Yet, He goes even further to tell us that He not only cares for birds, but He cares even for the worthless ones.
Thinking Something Nice about Someone? Tell Them.
I think of it as my duty, when someone has made a difference in my life, to let them know.
My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: Five Blessings of Pastoring
Here are five blessings that most pastors get to enjoy.