Sunday, June 4, 2017
Daily Reads - 6/5/17
What We Miss
"I wonder how many beautiful moments we miss because we are afraid we will miss them."
This is What Makes a Vacation Restorative
"Here's how to make sure you return to work fully recharged after your vacation."
What Makes Killing Christians Appealing
A difficult read, but Dr. Ibrahim writes about an important concept to understand as we survey both history and our contemporary world.
Prisoners of Self: Incessant Autobiography in the Smartphone Age
Desecration and Titillation
"When you look at pornography you are watching the violation of what God considers more valuable than anything else He has created."
9 Ways to Raise Up Leaders In Your Church
"I want to promote and equip men who look like they can help advance Christianity into the place I'll never go: the future beyond my passing."
Study: Phone-Obsessed Parents Have Naughtier Kids
"Researchers warn moms and dads against constantly checking their devices."
The Question Churches Can No Longer Ignore
"The American Culture & Faith Institute recently conducted a nationwide study of spiritually active Christians, partly to discover what social issues parishioners want their pastors to cover. Ninety-one percent of respondents wanted more information from their pastor on abortion and topics related to 'the beginning of life, right to life, contraception, adoption, and unwed mothers.'"
Posted by Jonathan Smith at 11:12 PM