Curated links for your weekend reading:
The most effective mission is the one that flows out of Christian character. Anything less is a volatile compromise, and the bill will come due eventually.
As important as it has been to learn who God has made me to be has been learning, admitting, and embracing who he has not made me to be.
We need to be a part of a church. A real church. A church to which we are accountable. A church that knows us. A church that can remove us from their midst if we start living like the devil while still calling ourselves a Christian. A church where we’ll participate and serve and love and be an integral part of the body.
In our membership process, we make 4 basic commitments to each other. Let me share what they are.
While baptism is never explicitly said to be a prerequisite for church membership, the following biblical factors lead to that conclusion.
Here’s a selection of those pieces in chronological order (we’ll continue to update the list in the coming days and weeks).
Something I wrote at Faith Today this week: How Tim Keller Changed My Life
His ministry changed the direction of my life in significant ways.
We dare not forget the forgotten. They matter too. Their names will not be recorded in history, but their importance must not be overlooked.