There is nothing like a great summer BBQ with your friends and family. The laughter, the sun, the conversation, and, of course, the food. Many like me tend to gravitate around the grill in anticipation for the coals to turn white hot in order to perfectly cook their patties, hotdogs, and my personal favorite: a … More Music: Theology’s Seasoning
I like to post pictures of my kids and family, delicious food I enjoy with my wife, a few quotes from Christian books I’m reading, and an occasional funny Christian meme on social media. But I rarely engage in online debates. Whenever I open Facebook or Twitter for my daily source of encouragement (I’m joking), … More Why Should Pastors Avoid Online Quarrels?
Years ago, I wrote a post entitled Six Prayers for My Daughter that listed a few important prayers for my daughter which are still on my heart. So as my son’s first birthday is coming up, I wanted to share six prayers that I have for him as his father. Though some of the prayers … More Six Prayers for My Son
September 27, 2021 Video: How Do I Find Peace When Unsaved Loves Ones Die? by John Piper and Trip LeeA helpful video that encourages us to look at the character and nature of God when we lose an unsaved loved one. Podcast: Discussion on The Simple Trinity by Matthew Barrett with Jared WilsonA podcast that can be somewhat … More Refreshing Resources (9/27/21)
August 11, 2021 Sermon: How to Stand Strong in Stressful Times by Charles Swindoll. Swindoll said, “As the years pass, you will have the opportunity to go through the same three gates: Have you been humbled? Are you being tested? And how’s your heart?” Article: No Family Is Too Busy for Church by Marshall SegalSegal: “Healthy families know how … More Refreshing Resources (8/11/21)