Merry Christmas! I sincerely hope you and yours have a great Christmas treasuring our Savior.
ICYMI: My Favorite Reads of 2017. (With an update.)
If you’re looking for a Bible reading plan for 2018, I encourage you to participate in my friend Peter’s 90 Day Bible Reading Giveaway. Read the entire Bible in 90 days and enter to win a Reader’s Bible.
Speaking of reading the Bible, check out Jacob Via’s testimony of reading no books besides the Bible in a year.
It came out to be 10 chapters or more per day and I skipped back and forth from Old and New Testament. I have been able to read through all of the four gospels 5 times each, Acts and Proverbs 12 times, all of the New Testament letters 10 times, the wisdom literature 6 times, and the Pentateuch, the Historical books, and the prophets just once. I also kept a daily journal to reflect on things I was learning.
10 Things You Should Know about the Salvation of Those Who Die in Infancy by Sam Storms. This won’t wrap a difficult issue up in a bow, but it may help you process this tough topic.
Watch the R.C. Sproul Memorial Service if you were unable to live stream it.
Raising Boys in a #MeToo World by Sam Luce
Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore? Helpful words from Tim Keller.
“[S]tudies…indicate that religious denominations that have become more friendly to secularism are shrinking precipitously, while the evangelical churches that resist dilution in their…beliefs and practices are holding their own or growing.”
When Motherhood Leads to Mourning. Jasmine Holmes sharing the sorrows of losing a young child.
The Ten Cultural Commandments for 21st Century America by Jim Spiegel
Ivan Mesa of The Gospel Coalition tweeted a moment of his favorite articles of the year. Might be worth browsing and reading an article or two!
If you haven’t heard Jackie Hill Perry’s testimony, you need to listen. Praise God for His glorious grace!