June 24, 2013

I don’t know about you, but I love reading stories, both fiction and non-fiction. Here, Barnabas Piper contends that men should read more stories than books about how men should live. Sounds really good to me. Go read a book.

Mark Altrogge writes about “When My Hair Looks Like A Van Gogh Sunflower.” His point is that we need others to help us see what we can’t. Good stuff.

Here are “9 Things You Should Know About The Bible.” I bet some of your nagging questions about the Bible will be answered by this piece.

This next post is a defense of how I use my time. Thom Rainer recently conducted an nonscientific study about how much time pastors spend preparing sermons. The average time is 13 hours. I’ve said many times that I’m both a packrat and a plodder. It probably takes me closer to 18 hours by the time I finish the necessary reading.

As I was assembling this blog post I was listening to Redemption Hill’s “His Eye Is On The Sparrow.” I felt it was too good not to pass on to you:


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