Curated links for your weekend reading:
We won’t reach more people by eliminating the awe-inspiring elements that follow from an encounter with the living God. We’ll reach fewer, and the ones we do reach will experience less.
Let’s reconsider the beauty of rote learning.
What might God do in your church if you committed to praying more together?
Pre-evangelism is like building trenches in the sand, giving the water of the gospel a channel to go in.
While we easily diagnose the sins of others, we too often gloss over the evil within us.
Ask yourself these 15 questions when you sense anger rising in your soul toward someone you might see as your opponent or enemy.
Might Begg be drawing the line in the wrong place—too much in the direction of showing grace? Sure. Might I be drawing it in the wrong place—too much in the direction of maintaining truth? Again, yes. He risks confusing people. I risk hurting people. That’s why I think we both attempt to sort these out with fear and trembling and a willingness to be corrected.
The hardest part of ministry is also one of the best parts of ministry: people.