Curated links for your weekend reading:
This has been extremely challenging as a pastor and leader, and I hope I can share my experience with others who might learn from our mistakes dealing with COVID-19. Here are five lessons I learned.
When I look at Scripture I don’t see a mandate about masks, of course, but I see an invitation—to do at least four things.
We’ve skipped ahead ten years to 2030. And 2030 is a different story to 2020.
The reality of COVID-19 means that if new churches are going to start, it will take a new way forward. At least for a time. And I don’t think we can wait.
Prayer is supplying missionaries with essentials for their survival. Prayer is partnership in their work, vital to its Spirit-filled efficacy and the rescue of sinners.
The latest journal from 9Marks with articles on godliness, ambition, and character
Michael Heiser’s The Unseen Realm is simultaneously a refreshing, odd and timely book.
Jonathan Edwards kept his happiness out of the reach of his enemies. I want to learn to do this too.