How should Christians rightly handle entertainment? Karen Swallow Prior writes that entertainment should be enjoyed because it is a gift, but should be conducted in community and avoid falling into sloth when we enjoy it.
This little phrase, "let go and let God," is true in justification, yet not in sanctification. We let go of ourselves and let God redeem us to himself, but as J. A. Medders helpfully reminds his reader, Hebrews pushes us to hold fast ad to work hard by faith to let go of our sin.
Brandon Smith observes two ways that seminarians can grow in light of the Trinity debate. This post is not a rebuke, but an encouragement for seminarians to press into the Word of God and to speak slowly.
"Ask your single friends what being single means to them. Try to understand their experiences. Be a safe person to talk with. This means not treating them like their singleness is a problem to be fixed, or using them because it’s convenient."