The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Things Jesus Will Never Say to You. A great list. One of my favorites is, “Yeah, good job on ___________, but what about ____________?”

Ten Promises for Parents. “Here are ten promises from the Bible that every Christian parent should remember, especially the Christian parent writing this blog.”

What is Your Mud Pie? “One of C.S. Lewis’ illustrations: An ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at the sea. It is a vivid illustration and one that is simple enough to see in the lives of other people—those people who settle for lesser pleasures when the greatest of all pleasures awaits…” What is your mud pie?

Seven Ways to Love Your Pastor. “In this charge, Pastor Paul shared seven ways that a congregation can love their shepherd, and his words of encouragement are applicable to every local church context…”

Five Questions Answered by the Five Solas. If you don’t know what a Sola is, read this. If you do, read this.

Should a Church Display an American Flag? “A few years ago, Christianity Today asked me to weigh in on this issue, in a Village Green conversation with Douglas Wilson and Lisa Velthouse. Wilson says “Don’t Do It” and Velthouse, a Marine Corps wife, thinks churches should enthusiastically display the Stars and Stripes. I say, “Yes, But.” You can read all three essays here at Christianity Today.”

On Being the Pastor’s Kid. The son of a very popular pastor sheds some light on what it is like to be a pastor’s kid. I think the things shared are valuable for anyone belonging to a church.

Amazing Guitar. People are amazing creatures.

About Dana Dill

I'm a Christian, husband, daddy, pastor, professor, and hope to be a friend to pilgrims on their way home.
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