Curated links for your weekend reading:
I had a friend who used to answer a common question in an uncommon way. He has since moved to another city, but his response has never left me. For a long time, when I would ask how he was, he gave a three-fold response.
G. K. Chesterton is widely credited with saying, “Jesus promised his disciples three things: that they would be completely fearless, absurdly happy, and in constant trouble.” It might be argued that most Western Christians don’t exemplify any of these three—least of all “absurdly happy.”
In this post, I want to share 30 books every Christian should read before turning 30.
In reality, these are the only two legitimate reasons to leave a church over a specific issue. Any other ‘issue’ you might attempt to leave over is not a credible or legitimate reason to leave.
The number one way to tend to their pastor’s heart is just getting up on Sunday mornings and going to church.
Fear God more than death.