(Editor's Note: This post originally was published at the Reaching and Teaching blog.) We live in uncertain times. Every day, I turn on the news to get the latest updates about the growing number of patients falling prey to COVID-19, about the new restrictions in place to limit its growth, and about how its ripple … Continue reading Our Unchanging God in an Ever-Changing World
Here's a look at the blog's five most-read articles of 2019.
Today's post is written by Matthew Delaughter. Matthew and I have been friends since kindergarten, and it's a joy to serve alongside him as one of the pastors of Immanuel Community Church. Pillar. What comes to mind when I hear that word is not a column-like structure that supports a building. Rather, the word reminds … Continue reading The Accent of Heaven (In Memory of Irma Jean Smith)
On Being a Kwitter- Tim 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 … Continue reading The Good Stuff (9/27/19)
I grew up in rural Mississippi—a beautiful blend of cattle pastures, meandering brooks, and forests. For some, this sounds dreadful, but for me, it was a delight. Climbing trees, playing on hay bales, and conquering hordes of imaginary enemies lurking in the woods were the daily adventures of my childhood, and they are memories that … Continue reading Sorting Out Your Family’s Priorities
Here's a handful of articles from the week that I found particularly helpful or entertaining. This week's articles range from how Netflix affects missionaries to how church history led one man from Catholicism to Protestantism.
On one of my recent trips with Reaching and Teaching International Ministries, I was able to talk with a pastor in Liberia about the need for theological training there.