This makes me happy!
Dr. Fred Sanders writes a very interesting piece about how we can dilute a message by sharing it (and pieces of it) on a medium it was never intended for. This has great implications for sharing the Gospel.
The Problem with Ex-Christians by Max Anderson
I’ve been saying for a while you can’t be an “ex-Christian”…and this short post elaborates that point.
If you want a 30,000 foot flyover over the differing views in the creation debate (and some prominent people who hold to each position), this post from Credo House is worth reading.
Sermon Series on the Book of Exodus featuring Phil Wheeler, Mark Dever
I recently shared this on LRI’s blog: Last week the Leadership Resources Global Ministries staff had the pleasure of studying the book of Exodus with guest preacher and teacher Phil Wheeler of Christ Church Gladesville, in New South Wales, Australia. During our time, Phil shared a several sermons on Exodus that he preached last fall.
Phil’s preaching shares a biblical theology of Exodus, explaining how Exodus connects to the whole story of the Bible and applies to us today as New Covenant believers. In our Training National Trainers and Fellowship of the Word programs we equip pastors to preach the Word with God’s heart and study everything in its biblical theological context.
12 Principles for Racial Integration by J.D. Greer
“The Great Commission says to make disciples, not get followers. There is a difference.” Miguel Nunez
— Leadership Resources (@LRI_News) May 9, 2014
A Christian wants you to look more like Christ. A legalist wants you to look more like him. @danny_prada
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) May 7, 2014
D.A. Carson on the importance of ongoing Bible study for teachers and preachers pic.twitter.com/kkk4W5iycU
— Leadership Resources (@LRI_News) May 6, 2014
Pastors, if you feed people cotton candy they’ll be sick to their bellies & have cavity filled teeth. Feed people the meat of the Word!
— Pastor Greg Locke (@pastorlocke) May 5, 2014
The gospel does not abrogate God’s law, but it makes men love it with all of their hearts. —J. Gresham Machen
— Nathan W. Bingham (@NWBingham) May 6, 2014
Friends, “Cinco de Mayo” is not the Independence Day in Mexico. They celebrate their independence on Sept 16.
— Edgar Aponte (@EdgarRAponte) May 5, 2014
Drank so much coffee I earned a Red Badge of Keurig.
— Church Curmudgeon (@ChrchCurmudgeon) May 3, 2014