Curated links for your weekend reading:
Tolerance is not enough anymore. Now, we must affirm someone else’s position and identity or be guilty of transgressing a social law code…
Surprisingly, however, Christians have begun to make similar arguments.
Joy will come in the morning.
And then a whole new phase in pastoral ministry will begin.
Is this what the Bible means when it reveals God as our Father? If it is, then I think for most of my Christian life—spent in conservative evangelicalism, taking doctrine and sin as seriously as possible—I have missed this. I have failed to really reckon with the love of God.
I can think of dozens of churches who would be greatly helped by the transfer of one or two godly couples committed to the gospel.
Despite being a non-Christian show, and despite the fact that Ted Lasso has his own slate of faults and shortcomings, there are fundamental leadership lessons here that we can learn from him…
So here are five leadership lessons we can learn from Ted Lasso.
One researcher discovered that many Christians fall into a vicious cycle of busyness that leads to distraction from God.
This year, I want to challenge you to actively resist that.
The conversation got me thinking that it might be helpful to share some of the lessons I have learned over the last 12 years of writing for the Internet on how to use it in a helpful way.
God is quick to dispense his grace and mercy. He gives it at the first inclination of someone turning to him, becoming humble, and asking for his mercy.