Links For The Church (6/5)

by Staff June 4, 2017

Christ-Centered Apologetics

Cam Triggs writes this helpful piece to encourage Christians to "bring Christ to the forefront" when we use apologetics. The goal is not to win the argument, but to display Christ as worthy of our affection. 

Is it Possible to be Humble and Use Social Media?

"The fruit of the Spirit does not get to take a nap while we scroll through our news feed, nor should spiritual disciplines lose their effect when we type out a tweet."

The Pastor's Personal Life: A Source of Power in the Pulpit

This piece exhorts pastors to pursue godliness in their personal lives, and by this become an example for his congregation to follow. When the pastor truly obeys the words he preached in his sermon, his congregation is strengthened to do likewise. 

On Stillness and Sabbath

Why should Christians Sabbath, and what good does it do? Chelsea Patterson answers this question with clarity and with practical ways to create rhythms of Sabbath. 

The 3 Great Missionary Confusions

Mack Stiles addresses three things that people assume are true of missionaries. He explains how each of these can be harmful to the work of the missionaries on the field, and could also hurt the church. 

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