The Saturday Post(s)

Saturday Post

Battle Plan. An excellent help to the necessary work of killing sin. Don’t miss this.

Why Time Management is More Difficult Today Than Before. “Time Management is so much more difficult in our current knowledge economy era than in the past for four reasons…”

The #1 Reason Teens Keeps the Faith as Young Adults. This is why our youth ministry calls parents the primary youth pastors. “Parents, for better or worse, are actually the most influential pastors … of their children… Parents set a kind of glass ceiling of religious commitment, above which their children rarely rise.”

How Long Was Jesus Actually Dead? It more involved than you think, but still very simple.

A 5 Step Method for Studying the Bible. Helps like these are great, especially if you are dealing with youth or new believers.

What’s the Most Famous Book in Your State? “Here’s a map that will show you one famous story set near you. Do you agree that it’s the most famous?”

The Call of an Under-Shepherd. May God raise up pastors who have this kind of vision for the pastoral ministry.

A Baptist’s Speech About Homosexuality at the Vatican. Sounds like the beginning of a good joke, but it’s not. It’s just an excellent speech about an increasingly important topic. Heartily recommended.

Who Do You Say I Am? “Almost no one is as popular in this country as Jesus. Hardly anyone would dare to say a bad word about him. Just look at what a super-fly friendly dude he is over there. But how many people know the real Jesus?”

What Does it Mean to Be Christ/Gospel/Cross-Centered? At least these three things.

“You Are Cured of MS”. God still heals. “Through an amazing series of providences, Trent was admitted to a revolutionary treatment program that recently resulted in him being told by his doctor, “You are cured of MS!” His father, my friend Gary Timmer, wrote the following testimony to our congregation last Sunday and I wanted to share this God-glorifying witness with you.”

11 Things Men Don’t Know About Their Clothes. There’s more to it than I thought.

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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