Links for your weekend reading:
If godliness is the end goal, which is all about God not changing what I do but what I want to do than habits are a key part of the way to get there! Our habits end up informing what we want to do.
“Many of the greatest men of history earned their fame outside of their regular occupations in odd bits of time which most people squander.”
How do we faithfully navigate the overwhelming wounds and unpredictable triggers as believers?
Here are seven inevitable side effects of the “church growth” model that has infected the contemporary evangelical church in America.
It’s normally best to live close to where your church gathers. The longer the commute, the greater the sacrifice involved to be a meaningful part of the church’s life and witness.
We should never leave a church without much prayer and self-examination. We have no permission to take lightly our inclusion in the local expression of the Body of Christ.