Links for your weekend reading:
The sheer ordinary routine of gospel liturgy is a thing of beauty and strength in an increasingly ugly and weakened Western culture.
When we lose the centrality of the gospel, we lose the ability to think straight.
Over the years, there are a few essentials I have learned for ministering the Word of God to students.
How can we approach application in a way that pursues this kind of Spirit-empowered life transformation?
Among young pastors and church planters, there’s no less than a deluge of pressure to give every waking moment to our churches, to the neglect of our families. But brothers, it should never be so.
We should work hard to help our kids spend time with Jesus—in His Word, in prayer, and in what they put in their minds. And we should help our kids serve others, in the church and outside the church. Those are the biggest influencers on their spiritual maturation.