The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Guide & Guard Your Children Online. “What if your son or daughter wanted to buy a venomous snake for a pet? What if they had birthday money to pay for it? What if they wanted to let it sleep with them at night? At what point would you say no? If your son or daughter has a straight-up, unaltered wi-fi enabled iPad, iPhone, or similar device, they have the equivalent of a snake. The factory settings won’t protect them from online danger. What should parents do?”

Evangelism is Like Baseball. “Remember your place in the line-up. Drive in a run if you can, or just get on base for the next player at bat. Remember you’re not alone. If each of us can get a single, we’ll eventually succeed as a team.”

Signs That Don’t Say Much About the Validity of Your Christianity. “if you have affections like these, it doesn’t mean you are crazy, and it doesn’t mean you are filled with the Spirit.”

6 Reasons Why Comparing Churches Hurts. There is a lot of wisdom in this. “I’ve got plenty for God to fix without spending an inordinate amount of time worrying about how other church members, pastors, and staff can become better from my own imperfect perspective.”

Make the Perfect T-Shirt Folding Machine Out of Cardboard. Now just a way to convince my wife this is artsy/craftsy…

The Government Will Not Allow You to Disagree. “She has been happily serving gay people in her shop for years. She served one gay couple for nearly a decade and had become good friends with them. But when they asked her to participate in their wedding ceremony, she politely declined. She is a Southern Baptist Christian, and she told them that she couldn’t participate because of her relationship with Jesus…” And she received a fat lawsuit in return.

Why We Argue Like Jerks. This is good eats. Munch and digest. “Americans want to impose their opinions rather than express them…”

Something More. The Dos Equis guys has nothing on this One…

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About Dana Dill

I am a happy slave of Jesus Christ, a thankful husband to Chawna Dill, and the youth pastor of South Shores Church. I'm here on assignment (Acts 20:24).
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