On Being a KwitterTim Challies discusses why he quit using Twitter. His aim is not necessarily to get you to quit, but I do think it should cause everyone to reflect on whether the pros outweigh the cons. Full disclosure: I shut down my Twitter account a month or two ago, and I don’t regret it at all.

Reading the Bible and Praying More Won’t Break Your Porn AddictionSpoiler alert: You can’t do it alone. You need a community.

Why Denominations and Networks MatterIf you’re the type who wonders why we even need things like denominations or associations, this is a good resource.

The Too Accessible Pastor: The Danger of 21st Century MinistryI’ve seen a lot of pastors sharing this article, so it’s clearly striking a nerve. If you want to know how to love your pastor, you should read this article, pray for him, and then consider how your church can help him get away periodically.

How Do I Balance Life and Ministry?

I saw this on today’s A La Carte from Tim Challies, and I thought it fit nicely with the previous article on the accessible pastor. Kevin DeYoung is a high-capacity leader, so he’s a good voice to listen to about balancing life and ministry.

Longer Read: On LivingThis essay by Alan Noble is on mental health and suicide, and it’s an important read for Christians. Here, Alan shows a wonderful mix of cultural insight, gentle correction, and biblical hope.

My Latest Post: Sorting Out Your Family’s PrioritiesEvery family has priorities that guide the way we operate. In this week’s article, I discuss a common faulty priority and how to start sorting out your own family’s priorities.