Curated links for your weekend reading:
Finishing well means finishing with the fewest regrets.
A pastor I know recently prayed to the Lord for guidance. He was eager to be useful, he was aware that time was short, and his desire was to be faithful and fruitful in the King’s service.
Here are some tips for building a library when you lack both cash and shelf space.
Over the years, I’ve been inside multiple organizations or close to people who have experienced online storms. I’ve never been in the direct path of a hurricane (probably only a tropical depression), but I assume if I continue to write and think out loud, my day is coming, whether it be next week or next year.
In this secular world people get their identity from many things—work, success, family, sport, looks — the list is endless.
Or at least it used to be endless. But that list has narrowed largely to one single item — Sex. Not simply the act, but all that goes with it. It has been transformed into our sole source of identity.
My prayer for this article is that it would challenge us who are willing to address sin to do so in a more carefully thought-through way, allowing the whole counsel of God’s Word to shape our approach.
My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: The Challenges and Blessings of Planting in Toronto
Despite the challenges, planting a church in Toronto brings blessings.