I am rereading a classic, truly one of the best books written by the late Charles Colson. Loving God is a masterpiece of story telling. One chapter leads into the next in a seamless interweaving of different vignettes all illuminating the theme of what it means to love God and what happens when love for … More Two Different Paths
Weekend Musings Both quotes below are from the introductory matter in Chuck Colson’s truly classic book, Loving God. If you have never read the book, if you struggle with loving God, if you have forgotten your first love–this is a great book to move your heart to where it ought to be. “The most pleasurable … More Two Different Perspectives on the Search for the Good and True
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
Weekend Links Here’s the weekend links from some of the reading this week. Enjoy Notes to Harold Camping Followers Open letter to Harold Camping Followers (Michael Horton) Harold Camping Should Publicly Repent (Michael A. Vu) Church Growth and Discipleship How does one church have 130% of its people in small groups? Francis Chan on the … More Weekend Links for 5/28/11
Weekend Musings One of the greatest books that Chuck Colson ever wrote was his 1987 Loving God. The book is a lucidly written page-turner with one chapter leading into the next with the perfect set up to entice the reader to continue. Great subject matter does that. But Colson and his co-author bring their talents … More Christianity is Different from every other Religion
Prayer is no small weapon. And there is the possibility that Christians will need to wield it with great passion if a looming food problem hits in the next few years. Now is the time to begin to live more simply so that we have the resources to help the world as a powerful witness … More How Will Christians Respond to a World Food Crisis?