How to End Poverty in Ten Tough Steps by Jay Richards
Dr. Jay Richards, senior fellow at the Discovery Institute and the author of Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem (HarperOne, 2009), recently delivered a lecture for the Impact 360 Institute, and you can watch the whole thing below. While it is true that “the poor we will have with us always,” it does not follow that there is nothing that can be done about poverty.
Tim Keller: How Watergate Made My Church Possible from Javi Pena
In Walking with God through Pain and Suffering (Dutton, 2013), Tim Keller says that one reason we can trust God when we suffer, and don’t understand how he’s in control in that suffering or how it fits into a bigger and better plan, is that there really are no coincidences. Sometimes we are able to look back on discrete life events and make sense of how they fit into a bigger scheme, but sometimes we can’t. He offers a fascinating and compelling personal example of how a series of events led to the founding of his church, Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan…
I Can’t Stop Sinning! by Ben of Plain Simple Faith
Maybe you’ve felt this way before. Maybe you feel this way right now.
Whatever sin you may habitually wrestle with – pornography, alcohol, gossip, lust, nicotine, prescription drug abuse, materialism, laziness – you know chronic sin can leave you feeling helpless. Sometimes we identify with the internal struggle of Paul in Romans 7…
Free 31 Days of Purity eBook from Mike Leake
Mike Leake shares an eBook of posts from a Purity Challenge blog series that he worked on with Tim Challies. The eBook was compiled by Dawn Lamper.
Is Your Bible Study Group-Centered or Christ-Centered? by Peter Krol
10 questions to see if your Bible study is group-centered or Christ-centered.