Friday, February 3, 2017
Daily Reads - 2/3/17
Of Pastors and Politics
"Stop trying to change the world one tweet at a time. Let's make sure we know our Bibles and know our people a thousand times better than we know the ins and outs of the Trump administration."
How I Gleaned Hope from the Darkest Psalm
The Persecuted Christian
Why All Christians Can (and should) Share the Gospel
The Treasure at Your Fingertips: Jonathan Edwards' Example of Loving the Word of God and the God of the Word
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Thursday, February 2, 2017
Daily Reads - 2/2/17
Coaching to Make Great Men, Not Just Great Players
An interview of Tom Abernethy, an assistant basketball coach for the University of Mississippi. So encouraging to know that there are Christian men in these positions.
Campus Ministries Race to Keep Up With Record Number of International Students
"The top three places [sending students to America] are all within the 10-40 window."
4 Reasons to Soak Yourself in the Psalms
How to Play and Watch Sports as a Christian
5 Ways to Engage with News Media
What Pastors Need to Know About Religious Liberty for the Years Ahead
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