Curated links for your weekend reading:

What the Lord’s Day Is

As life progresses, I more and more find the Lord’s Day not just as the starting point of a new week, but the centre point of my existence. I cannot, will not, could not make it through life without it.

The Strategic Friendship of Financial Supporters

Many of the amazing moments in church history were made possible by generous friends behind the scenes.

5 Mistakes to Avoid in Ministering to the Sexually Abused

inistering to men and women who are victims of sexual abuse can be tricky; there are several common mistakes that people in the Church make. By being aware of these pitfalls, you can be better prepared the next time an incident arises within your church.

Why Study Church History?

Here are four good reasons why studying church history is important for us.

Busy Is Not the Point

Points for successful prioritization. Points for efficiency and productivity. Points for doing work that matters.

No points for busy.

Abortion Will Be Considered Unthinkable 50 Years From Now

As we enter late modernity and recognize the limits of the radical autonomy and individualism which have defined it, the pendulum will correct itself with a swing toward more communitarian and humane values that recognize the interdependency of all humans.

The article on the “wrong side of history” in this series is also worth reading.

My column this week at The Gospel Coalition Canada: Sing!

I love doctrine. Old, dusty, dense books give me joy. I’ve been accused of being too academic. I’m sometimes tempted to lecture more than preach.

And then I remember: we’ve been given doctrine to sing.