Curated links for your weekend reading:
I remember someone telling me when I was a young leader. “You won’t really know the impact you’ve made on a group of people or a ministry you lead until at least 5 years after you’re gone.”
To the glory of God, study and pray and preach with all your strength—no matter how many people are in the room.
One cannot “find” community, because it isn’t something to be discovered. Community is never found, only built.
I suggest the following five responsibilities for every church member.
These five practices will help rebuild your church community in the aftermath of #churchtoo.
In Praying the Lord’s Prayer, J. I. Packer says the the Lord’s Prayer offers model answers to a series of questions God puts to us to shape our conversation with him.
Some Christians seize the smallest possible amount of power to declare themselves tastemakers. They call men and women to follow them under the banner of discernment and purity, yet forget what the music of the gospel sounds like.
God never wastes suffering, and pastoral suffering is no exception.