Parents, Confess Your Sin to Your Children

A vital part of parenting is teaching children important skills and lessons like how to cook, how to manage money, and how to drive a car. The fundamental task of Christian parenting is to raise children in the fear and instruction of the Lord (Prov. 1:7; Eph. 6:4). In other words, the call to parenting … Continue reading Parents, Confess Your Sin to Your Children

The Good Stuff (7/5/19)

16 Leadership Lessons I Learned the Hard Way- This article was actually published at the end of last week, but I thought Charles Smith, who is the Vice President of Institutional Relations at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, had a lot of helpful insights on leadership. An $8.2 Million Judgment, Over $8.2 Million in Royalties Given … Continue reading The Good Stuff (7/5/19)

So You Want to be the next Charles Spurgeon?

Aspiration and imitation are a natural part of life. Little boys and girls aspire to run or shoot like their favorite athletes. Writers aspire to craft sentences like their favorite authors. Young preachers aspire to exposit Scripture like the pastors streaming on their smartphone. It’s only natural that people emulate those who perform some skill … Continue reading So You Want to be the next Charles Spurgeon?