Curated links for your weekend reading:
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to visit one of the earliest churches? If you stopped in on a service, I think you’d likely be disappointed. In fact, I doubt you’d ever go back.
As believers, we should not grieve like those who have no hope, but that does not mean we should not grieve at all (1 Thes. 4:13).
Preparing to preach with all you’ve got is hard. It’s grueling. But it’s worth it—not just for the sake of the sheep, but also for the sake of your soul.
How do we know if politics has become our religion or is becoming our religion? Here are three warning signs.
Our current situation is unprecedented in Canadian constitutional law, so there is no clear resolution of the infringed freedoms and the government’s justification.
Critique where you must.
And, for God’s sake, affirm and encourage – that is, put courage into a soul – wherever you can.
The incoming (and our ability to create more outgoing) is probably the single biggest shift that computers have created in our work lives.
The turmoil we’re experiencing this year is a sign that the modern experiment of life without God is doomed to fail. Humanism and secularism promise more than they deliver, and our unrest is a sign of their failure to provide the answers we need.