Monday is for Discussion One month left to summer. September and October will bring cooler weather and after that, the annual retreat into our homes for the winter. Three months to enjoy and engage (at least, here in the Chicago area). What will you do to enjoy the remainder of the summer and how will … More Faithfulness and Joy: Handmaidens to Evangelism
Getting discipleship right is not negotiable. “You won’t believe the freedom you find from the things you leave behind”.
Weekend Reading Quotes from Mid May.
The Malady of Our age is that we are Not Tormented by Sin.
How Great It is to Be Married to a Woman Who Loves Tozer Unity is a great value. But how do we go about pursuing it? What is the best process for uniting hearts in a vision that sustains a Christological focus? Jesus began with prayer. …that they all may be one, as You, Father, … More One Hundred Pianos: Finding Unity in the Chaos
As always, the presence of a link here is not an endorsement of all its content, just a recommendation to read for balance and perspective. Important Articles on the Norway Lessons How the Media Has Shaped the Story into a Lie The Terror of Evil and Sin in Norway (Chuck Colson) Enough: The Norway Killer was … More Links for Balance and Perspective
Friday is for Heart Songs Source: Kairos Journal “We Are as We Love”—Richard Sibbes (1577 – 1635) Richard Sibbes was an influential English Puritan leader during the early years of the seventeenth century. Above all, he was known as a great preacher. The following excerpt comes from his exposition of Philippians 3:18. Sibbes encourages his hearers … More “We Are as We Love Not as We Know”
Thursday is for Discipleship There is a myth in the Christian community that goes something like this: “If we really live passionately for and like Jesus, the world will beat a path to our doors and follow us to Jesus.” It’s a myth. The reality is that if we follow Jesus, really follow Jesus, not … More What if Jesus Really is the Lord?
Wednesday is for Prayer Two days to go on a fantastic class (The Destiny of the Unevangelized) with Dr. Bruce Ware and just four students. Tim is a Navy Chaplain, Roger is a former missionary to Albania coming back to plant a church in the San Francisco Bay area, and Gavin is a Aussie Anglican from … More The Servants of God Need Your Prayers
We are a Cross-bought People. Let’s make our lives reflect this truth.