The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

3 Principles for Asking for Forgiveness. Why we should never say, “I am sorry that I have upset you. Will you please forgive me?” with 3 things with must make sure to keep in mind when asking for forgiveness.

Parents, Should You Mandate Bible Reading for Your Kids? “Every Christian parent deals with this at some point. They struggle with what they should mandate vs just encourage their kids to do. And with this, how much? At what point will we defeat our purpose and discourage them?”

Screen Preachers? Here is one professor/pastors thoughts about the validity of screen preachers and multi-site churches. I feel he plagiarized the thoughts from my mind.

Organic Catechizing. A key takeaway. “Parents don’t have to be master theologians. They don’t need to be able to expound full length sermons on each questions of a renowned catechism. But they are called to organically teach their children the precepts of God. Diligently.”

7 Things Your Church Needs from You. #2 has a lot for many of us to consider. “Your church needs you to…”

5 Ways to Lead Your Wife. “In day-to-day living there has to be a leader, a captain of a team, a manager of a business, and a head of a home. And for that day-to-day family life, God has appointed the husband to be the head of the wife (Ephesians 5:23). What does that mean?”

20 Ways to Be Refreshing to Your Local Church. Paul told Philemon that the heart of the saints have been refreshed through you (Philemon 7). “Here are twenty practical ways that you can seek to nurture this refreshing gift in the midst of your own local church…”

10 Facts We Learned in School That Are Wrong. Sigh. Sometimes I my educational track is simply unlearning my previous education.

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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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