Thursday, April 26, 2018
Thursday Reads - 4/26/18
Restore the Sweetness In Your Marriage by Stacy Reaoch
The busyness of life and our own selfish desires can often blind us from seeing the gift of our spouse...
Why Legalism Destroys Churches and Kills Christians by Jeff Robinson
Rightly understood, the law of God is good, unmasking our self-righteousness and exposing our depravity. It sends us running for cover in the righteousness of Christ won at Calvary through His selfless love. It liberates us to rest from our labors at keeping the law, and leads us to green pastures of deep and overflowing joy in Christ alone.
Pastoral Lessons From Galatians by John Divito
One of the central blessings of pastoral ministry is saturating your mind with the Word of God. Pastors have the privilege of devoting ourselves to prayer and to the ministry of the Word.
What Actually Happened At Mount. St. Helens? by Thomas Purifoy, Jr.
Is Genesis history?
The FAQs: What You Should Know About the Alfie Evans Controversy by Joe Carter
As with the Charlie Gard case, the main ethical issue is about the scope of parental rights, and who should be allowed to decide what is in the "best interests" of the child in regards to additional treatment.
Simple Evangelism in the Church by Jason Helopoulos
"By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another." (John 13:35)
10 Things You Should Know About Athanasius by Machael A.G. Haykin
4 Ways Doctrine Impacts Every Day Of My Life (And Why the Church Needs It) by Scott Slayton
Sounds doctrine is good for followers of Jesus. We need to know the truth, which means we must study the truth.
The Everyday Question of Motherhood by Christine Hoover
Motherhood is not so much the big, dramatic acts of sacrifice, but the little, everyday, unseen ones.
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