6 Key Differences between Church for the Unchurched and Church unchurched…
How to Handle an Emotional Crash by Brian Howard
As a spiritual leader you spend your weeks preparing sermons, interacting with people, organizing ministry, trying to figure out which staff to hire, training leaders and overall bearing other people’s burdens. All of these things can be spiritually and emotionally exhausting.
The people-oriented intensity of a pastor’s work can lead to an emotional crash, intense discouragement, insomnia, and even physical sickness….
9 Things You Should Know about Surrogacy by Joe Carter
Unconventional Ways to Fight Poverty by Elise Amyx
This is a helpful article on why we need to change the way we think about poverty (and even buying fair trade). HOPE International (where I interned way back when) and Peter Greer get a shout out.
14 Bad Habits that Drain Your Energy from Time Magazine
How do I deal with shame? with Ed Welch of CCEF
A faithful exegete’s first aim is not to read the Bible literally. It’s to read the Bible literately.
— Matt Smethurst (@MattSmethurst) June 5, 2014
If God told you to be involved in missions, would you? Mt 9:37-38 – Pray Php 4:16-18 – Give Mt 28:19-20 – Go Rom 10:14-15 – How else?
— Jono Martin (@GeoJono) June 4, 2014
— Leadership Resources (@LRI_News) June 6, 2014
Tracking with the Bible, taking it as it comes, rather than recycling my own thoughts, I am enlarged, corrected, enriched.
— Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) June 11, 2014
Rule of thumb: If it is too long to be a tweet, it shouldn’t go on a PowerPoint slide.
— Andy Rowell (@AndyRowell) June 6, 2014
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— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) May 28, 2014
— The Bible (@NIVBible) May 28, 2014