The Saturdays Post(s)

Saturday Post

10 Resolutions for Mental Health. John Piper with a great list. I appreciated #10 a lot. “I shall bet my life on the assumption that this world is not idiotic, neither run by an absentee landlord, but that today, this very day, some stroke is being added to the cosmic canvas that in due course I shall understand with joy as a stroke made by the architect who calls himself Alpha and Omega.”

Why the Local Church Really Matters. Six reasons why the local church matters. “As we prepare to worship God tomorrow, it may do us good to pause for just a few moments to consider the local church. What is the church? Why has God called us into these little communities? Does the local church really matter?”

Why Christians Love Books. “We can trace our evangelical bibliophilia all the way back to the beginning of the Christian church…”

What It’s Like to Experience the 2016 Election as Both a Conservative & a Sex Abuse Survivor. This one hurts.

A Loving God & the Love of God. “We may pride ourselves in thinking we are too loving to believe in Hell. But in saying this, we blaspheme, for we claim to be more loving than Jesus…”

How George W. Bush Handled Losing the Election to Clinton. It’s definitely a different (and not better) era. “Clinton had just defeated Bush in his 1992 re-election bid, yet Bush expressed his wish for the next president to succeed, and offered him advice about dealing with critics.”

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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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