Next time someone opens up and cries in your presence, just sit there, listen, and watch what happens.
This week's links include resources on age diversity in the church, lamenting, when work is hard, and renewed joy in ministry.
“Do you think you could wash the dishes tonight?” she calls sweetly. “Um, sure,” he replies. “I’ll do it in the morning before I head out." Mom sighs.
"Fear not, I am thy shield, and thy exceeding great reward."
Instead of hiding the most important truths on the highest intellectual shelves, God makes them accessible to spiritual toddlers.
Your consistency and persistence in the younger years will pay huge dividends in the teenage years.
Why don’t more churches take the process of discipleship seriously?
Though the Scripture may be shown to be trustworthy by many historical and logical proofs, it is essentially received as true because of the revelation of God’s glory experienced through it.
The fact that we are singing to and about God ought to make us pause and breathe a little deeply and at least consider the words coming out of our mouths.
Culture will shift, our feelings will shift, and human opinion will shift. But truth will not.