A new project of mine is running a Spanish blog similar to what you see here at Anchored in Christ. Visit AncladoenCristo.org and follow me on Facebook and Twitter. (This new blog shouldn’t dramatically impact my writing here since much of it will be translations or curated content.)
I love Latin America and want to do all I can for Kingdom advance there. I’m hoping this blog will be a vehicle to connect with pastors and leaders for LRI’s training in biblical exposition. We’re seeing a movement ignite in Ecuador, I’d love to see God’s Word go forth in power from every pulpit in Latin America.
Join me in prayer to glorify God and bless His church through this new initiative!
Kindle Deal: $1.99 for Escape from Reason by Francis Schaeffer
20 Practical Ways To Kill Sin Every Day by Kristen Wetherell.
Ask Him for Joy by Mike Phay. Why not simply ask God for more joy in Him?
Google on Abortion: 3 Fresh Ways to Make the Case for Life by Trevin Wax.
I Was a Pastor Hooked on Porn. By Garret Kell. A great story of grace and growth. Unfortunately, I think his story is fairly common.
On Devotional Thoughts: My Ten Favourite Sentences. Andrew Wilson shares 10 great quotes that shape his devotional time. Here’s one: “Oddly enough, many people struggle to pray because they are focusing on praying, not on God.” – Paul Miller
Rotten Apple. WorldMag calls out Apple’s hypocrisy. Unfortunately, this type of hypocrisy is all too common across large corporations, even the NCAA.
“Tech CEOs like Apple’s Tim Cook offer no quarter to conservatives in U.S. legislatures, but, with billions in profits on the line, they collaborate with dictators in China”
I wasn’t going to link to another DeYoung post on Game of Thrones, but his answers critics of his first post was too good to leave off. His response to one detractor who said, “Stop judging and shaming!”:
Judgmentalism is a spirit of censorious nitpicking. Making moral evaluations is what Christians do all the time, like arguing that a television show is not appropriate or that a blog post is judgmental.
(Also on the Babylon Bee: New Service Replaces Game of Thrones Sex Scenes with Glaring Kevin DeYoung)
Why North Koreans are rejecting Kim Jong-un and turning to Christ. An encouraging report by Andrew Hamilton-Thomas. Let’s intercede for the people of this country!
What are the greatest needs in missions today? | Mack Stiles (watch video)