Here in Ohio for the Basics conference hosted by Alistair Beggs, praying for a time of renewal. With that said here are some links to start your week.
We should, of course, be wise about how we share the reason for our hope when we’re at work. But staying silent isn’t an option. If we want to be authentic people, we must bring our whole selves to work
When I’m comfortable and least expecting it, out of nowhere, it jumps out and gets me. God seems to love surprising me with the gospel. And, I am so thankful it happens.
There is a better, more biblical way to find leaders. A way that doesn’t leave us stunned when our pastors fall because we were unable or unwilling to see what was really going on. Leaders found this way won’t be without sin, and surely some of them will fall (even Jesus had Judas), but there will be less of them that pull the rug out from under the church and damage her witness. So how do we do it?
But the place where I rarely look? My own heart.
10 truths from Romans 9.