Saturday Links

Saturday Links

Curated links for your weekend reading:

50 Thoughts on Preaching

Without a clear, discernible, and simple structure, your sermon will feel longer than it actually is….

Preaching from a Place of Fullness

I have preached from a place of emptiness and from a place of fullness, and the experience of the one makes me long for the other.

When a Beloved Pastor Falls

When a pastor or other church leader fails morally, church members often tend toward two types of responses.

What to Do When Revival Comes

Suppose genuine revival breaks out. What should my priorities be?

Why Read If You Forget Most Everything Anyway?

Reading enhances your filter, giving you knowledge and insight that will reverberate in your mind in ways you can’t perceive, offering a measure of wisdom and breadth you wouldn’t otherwise have.

Is Jesus Really My Friend?

With elements pointing to reciprocity, obedience, inequality, manumission, brokerage, and regency, John 15:13–15 describes a relationship that is not characterized by equality, but by subordination.

Names Nobody Remembers

Our names fit right next to the list of unknown names throughout history: men and women who helped rebuild the temple, gave to the early church, discipled children in the middle ages, taught in a schoolhouse in the 1800s, or ordered Grubhub for an ailing church member last week.

My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: Why Christians Should Take Risks

Live as if the mission’s worth it, that God is at work, that what matters most is eternally secure, and it’s worth trading our comfort for what can’t be taken away.
Darryl Dash

Darryl Dash

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