The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

What’s God’s Will for My Life? R.C. Sproul does his thang and answers this frequently asked question by helping us think through what we mean by God’s will.

How to Keep Your Kids From Leaving Jesus After Graduation. Some great counsel here. “On the weekend of our oldest son’s graduation from High School here are some thoughts I have about keeping the kids from “running out the door” and away from God and their family.”

Church Membership. Pastor Derick is excited about this book. And so am I. Make sure to read the 12 reasons for why church membership matters.

Seven Reasons Why Christians Doubt. I want to briefly give you some of the more “mundane” causes of why we, as Christians, might experience doubt, whether it be doubt in the existence of God, doubt in his love for us, or doubt in our salvation…”

10 Ways for College Students to Not Waste Their Summer. These are excellent. “Prepare now to spend these months away from tests and dining hall food enjoying rich and plentiful grace from God. Here are 10 ways to help you grow in your faith while on summer break…”

They Asked If I Was Prepared to Die as a Christian. “’Then they asked me whether I would convert to Islam and when I refused they asked whether I was prepared to die as a Christian. My wife was crying but I could not deny Christ. I felt powerful, unafraid, I don’t know why.’ Before he could refuse a second time, a bullet pierced his neck.”

The Preacher Stung by Joy. A profile on Matt Chandler (a 39 year old pastor from Texas who has brain cancer and preaches a big gospel). I am thankful for him.

When Your Dad Is a Computer Graphics Specialist. This is what home movies look like. For more awesome clips, go here.

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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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