Purpose to become a lifelong “collector” of theological and biblical books.
The grace of God meets my identity crisis and reminds me that I am approved by God in Christ, and the approval of man I can never earn.
Why do the books Christians buy the most tend to not be the best for them?
Either way, whether you choose books or digital, make the acquisition and assimilation of a good library a part of your ministerial journey.
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Pastors, when the breath of dying people is in our nostrils, the flimsy spirituality of popular religion will be of no use. It will fail to comfort or provide hope.
The wallets that remain empty force us to find our joy in things that cannot be valued by Wall Street and Instagram.
Read the book Matt Chandler says "demystifies discipleship."
From time to time I hear about Christian parents disowning, cutting off, or permanently shunning a son or daughter who adopts a gay lifestyle. Is that the right thing to do? Is this a requirement of biblical faithfulness?
It was 2006, I'd been a Christian for just over a year, it was my first missions trip, and it was super-awkward. It wasn't that I didn't know what happened (though I did), nor was it that I was particularly uncomfortable in front of a crowd (though I was). What made it awkward was the way I was telling the story wasn't right.