This is a season of panic and disaster preparation. People are stocking up on food, water, and guns, and doomsday preppers are saying, “I told you so.” If things settle down, it really won’t be long until the next disaster comes and we cycle through all this again. Preparation and panic may seem like the … More Are You Prepared or Panicked?
Lit! A Christian Guide to Reading Books by Tony Reinke Book Summary: “Learn how to better read, what to read, when to read, and why you should read…” Who Is This Book For? Everyone! It’s for those who love reading, struggle with reading and everyone in between. I highly recommend it for those who have … More Lit! A Christian Guide to Reading Books (Book Review)
People are easily offended. You may even be offended by that statement, but it is generally true. For example, people are offended by annoying Facebook posts, the types of hats people wear, or the way people speak or don’t speak. Conversely, some live their lives with thick skin and a type of blissful apathy, but … More How to Stop Taking Things Personally
John Piper participated in a panel discussion during the T4G 2020 Livestream called “Advice to Young Pastors.” In this portion of the discussion, he addresses the pastor’s personal spiritual care and “reading for your own soul” as opposed to reading for others in preaching/teaching (there is a big difference). Piper pushes for a simple meditative … More The Key to Daily Devotions: “Find Your Sentence”
“Hindsight is 20/20.” It is a statement that addresses the understand that comes with looking to the past after it has already happened. In a year where everyone is grasping a 20/20 vision for the present, it may do us well to consider the future as it relates to the past. Believers have been guaranteed … More Looking Back, We’ll Know Why This Happened