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Jul 18

A Puritan’s Advice on What to Watch on Netflix by Clayton Kraby

If you would hesitate to tell a fellow Christian that you are a fan of a certain show – or would hesitate to tell a fellow fan that you are a Christian – you need to rethink your entertainment choices.

Jul 18

They Never Saw This Coming by Erik Raymond

Each and every person who names the name of Christ has, by necessity, come to a place when they have seen their sin.

Jul 18

9 Ways to Optimize Your Time Away by Jason K. Allen

While on vacation, I reflect on my life in every dimension, seek to identify personal weaknesses, and strive to strengthen them. 

Jul 17

What God Says is Better by Cale Fauver

Beloved, you have a Wonderful Counselor. Heed his instruction about what is better.

Jul 17

Work, For I am With You by Mathew Gilbert

 The Lord provides the strength needed for the obedience he requires.

Jul 16

Jesus More Than Likes You by Jared C. Wilson

The idea that the holy God of the universe, the only one who has the absolute right to condemn us and dismiss us, declares his approval over us because of Jesus’ taking our sin and shame is so wonderful, so hope-giving, so steadying.

Jul 16

Doormat Christians? by Mike Ruel

We think that we are standing up for the truth, but maybe we are just meeting someone’s sin with more sin of our own. 

Jul 16

Links For The Church (7/16) by Staff

This week's links include resources on aspiring theologians, grief, teaching kids theology, Instagram and the Christian, and genealogies. 

Jul 15

Keep the Altar of Private Prayer Burning by Charles Spurgeon

God loves to see the hearts of his people glowing towards himself.

Jul 13

3 Reasons to Give Away Our Books by Taylor Cain

Christians who are building personal libraries should be utilizing these resources for the purpose of being conformed to the image of Christ and helping others to follow suit.