The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

A Lustful Man Doesn’t Want a Woman. I appreciate Lewis’ comments on  what a lustful really wants and how that isn’t a woman.

How to (And Not to) Minister to Families Battling Cancer. “Reflecting on our past and present experience with cancer, we have been blessed to have family, friends and a church family who have been wonderfully supportive. Quite often, people want to know how they can help and encourage someone going through the experience of cancer or other medical related trials. I hope that you will find this list useful as you minister to others.”

Apologetic Arguments Can Reshape Our Culture’s Plausibility Structures. “Whether [apologetic arguments] are directly useful in leading unbelievers to Christ, they can be indirectly useful in reshaping the plausibility structures of our culture.”

Seven Different Ways to Read Books. This is actually very helpful. “When it comes to reading, well, you’ve got to use the right tool—you’ve got to know what kind of reading to do. Here are seven different kinds of reading.”

Through Heaven’s Doorway. A very encouraging post about death.

Five Things to Avoid When You Are Weak. “Here are five impulses to resist when you feel like you’re not good enough…”

Is the Gospel More Like a Newspaper or To-Do List? One of my middle school interns, Noah Gjertsen-Illig, produces another great post.

Squirrel Man. James Russell donned a wingsuit and a camera last week for this incredible flight along the side of a cliff, straight through a waterfall in Switzerland…

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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