Curated links for your weekend reading:
When I log off Twitter and look at what King Jesus is up to in local congregations in this country and around the world, I’m encouraged.
Pastor, every Sunday, over and over again, without fail, stubborn and convicted, you take to that pulpit and pin all your hopes on the gospel in your preached text.
Oversight is sight plus responsibility.
Is there any hope for unseating pornography from its cultural position of power and influence?
I don’t need to go viral for my contribution to the world to be valuable. My story doesn’t have to be seen by the masses to be meaningful. It is seen by God, and that’s enough for me.
God has a special place in his heart for the weak, the weary, the downtrodden, the broken.
It turns out that Keller was right. The ideal pastor is not one who’s confident, competent, and successful. The ideal pastor is someone who’s been broken by the knowledge of his sin, and even greater knowledge of Jesus’ costly grace, and who leads everyone else in repenting and rejoicing in God’s amazing grace.