There’s a little little bit of all the pieces in immediately’s listing of Kindle offers.
Do bear in mind as we come towards the top of the month to seize your freebies from Logos.
(Yesterday on the weblog: Coaching a New Technology of African Pastors and Church Leaders)
Stephen Kneale makes the case for significant and clearly-defined church membership by exhibiting the results of getting no outlined membership.
“Pro-life advocates and ministry leaders are challenging the results of a new study that found that most women do not suffer emotionally after an abortion, and that over time, they are less likely to express regret.”
This isn’t probably the most important little app you’ll ever use, but it surely’s nonetheless a lot neat.
Birthrates are falling, which implies “if your church wants to demonstrate how dangerous and edgy it is, then it doesn’t need to placard for a cause down the main street of your city. It doesn’t have to instagram or tweet its social justice policies, or take a stand against the hard secular culture. All it has to do is be populated by large families.”
Seth Lewis: “Quoting guarantees about Heaven will all the time be simpler than conserving instructions about Earth. Trusting God with life after loss of life will all the time be simpler than trusting him with life earlier than it. But how might I say that I belief Jesus with without end, then flip round and ignore all the pieces he says about my life right here and now? Wouldn’t this be proof that I haven’t trusted him in any respect?”
“If only the world could grasp the benefits available to the soul who seeks God through His Word—willing to see it as truth, clinging to it at every turn. For the Word of God is life-changing and life-sustaining and life-giving. And it’s so much more, as the author of Psalm 119 testifies. The psalmist offers us numerous reasons to run to the comfort of Scripture and never turn away from it.”
You’ve in all probability had an expertise like this at one time or one other. “And then a tiny voice in my mind raised this question. ‘What if that couple shows up to church tomorrow?’ Oh. Suddenly I didn’t feel quite so heroic or witty.”
Singing is just not prescribed for Christian worship for the aim of enjoyable. It truly serves a far greater objective as a method by way of which we carry mutual encouragement by recounting widespread truths collectively.
I by no means tire of preaching Christ. His eternality, transcendence, preeminence, incarnation, hypostasis, righteousness, impeccability, obedience, holiness, sacrifice, crucifixion, humiliation, resurrection, exaltation, ascension, session, wonderful reign—Christ is wonderful! —Nate Pickowicz