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No matter what form of Christian ministry you find yourself laboring in (e.g. childrens, youth, adult, parenting), here is a question you will be asked: “What happens when a forgiven believer in Jesus sins?” Since the questions has everything do … Continue reading
In the foreword to Dr. J. Alec Motyer‘s excellent little book, A Christian’s Pocket Guide to Loving the Old Testament, Tim Keller shares this fantastic insight he learned from the good doctor a few decades ago. Approximately 40 years ago, … Continue reading
I recently enjoyed Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Here are some of my favorite quotes. Please note, I don’t necessarily agree with all the below quotes, but in one way or another find them helpful, intriguing, or illustrative of … Continue reading
If I were asked to describe 2020 in one word, division would make my short list. A ten-second tour any social media platform or news channel would overwhelmingly garner its support. Hourly, divisive issues are yelled about by divisive people … Continue reading
At the bottom, what is the job of parent? Dane Ortlund answers beautifully: With our own kids, if we are parents, what’s our job? That question could be answered with a hundred valid responses. But at the center, our job … Continue reading
With the current COVID19 situation, I can’t help but think about a sermon I read years ago entitled Sickness by J.C. Ryle. In the sermon, he offers a biblical perspective on sickness under three headings: I. The universal prevalence of … Continue reading
I recently read the novel Shogun by James Clavell. Here are some of my favorite quotes. Man is But a Blossom in the Wind “He subdued the land. Made the peace. Forced all the daimyōs in the land to grovel … Continue reading
I recently read The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie and here are a few of my favorite quotes. A Dreaded Task “Once you got a task to do, it’s better to do it than to live with the fear of … Continue reading
I recently enjoyed Perelandra by C.S. Lewis. Here are some of my favorite quotes. The Terror of Not Liking True Good “All those doubts which I had felt before I entered the cottage as to whether these creatures were friend … Continue reading