June 5, 2014
April 8, 2014
Is mental illness actually biblical? Sometimes we struggle with this one.
The ebook 31 Days of Purity is available for free. If you are struggling with pornography this might be a good place to start.
I appreciated Paul Tripp’s “Fall in Love Again.” It is good encouragement on several levels.
15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly. I never miss posts like this. I still struggle with affect versus effect.
This is a good followup to the previous link:
April 8, 2014
Continuing in yesterday’s vein, here is a quote by Gene Veith, Jr.
But laypeople–and their pastors–must remember that they do not have to be doing “church work” in order to be working for God. It is easy to spend every night at a church meeting, “doing the Lord’s work,” but the doctrine of vocation teaches that spending time with your spouse and children and fulfilling the demands of your job are also ways of working for God–or rather, of God working through you.
March 28, 2014
I hate to mention the issue of homosexuality, but I think this post is helpful. Kevin DeYoung deals with why this issue isn’t like other areas where Christians might disagree. This issue isn’t like the millennium. As DeYoung writes: “At its root, support for homosexual behavior is not simply a different interpretation of Scripture; it is a rejection of Scripture itself.”
Ever struggle with depression? Here are 8 Causes of Spiritual Depression.
Jen Thron has 5 Hard Things to Pray for your Husband.
I encourage you to read Salvation in a Dementia Ward. Sometimes God takes us to some pretty dark places.