Curated links for your weekend reading:
Canada is beautiful, but Canada is in desperate need of Jesus. We need people from inside and outside the country to take their role as missionaries seriously.
While unbelievers hope for happiness from the world, believers hope for happiness in the world as they enjoy God’s good gifts with grateful hearts.
Christians must no longer ask, “Does my neighbor feel loved?” (according to their standards) but rather, “Has my neighbor been loved?” (according to Christ’s Word).
Butler makes exegetical and categorical errors that lead him to at least two theologically problematic conclusions.
Here are forty-five quotes from twelve of his books. I’ll organize them by book title and let the quotes speak for themselves.
Don’t call a pastor who’s trying to get rich, and don’t be a church that’s trying to keep him poor.
ChatGPT can be a useful tool for your church, but it should be used as a supplement to, not a replacement for, human roles and responsibilities.
We speak biblical truth in wise and gracious ways not because it works, but because God tells us to do so.
And the week before (posted late): Getting Our Joy from the Right Place
Our ultimate joy doesn’t come from how well things go. Our joy is secure because it’s based on what can’t be taken away no matter how bad things get.