Immediately’s Kindle offers embody some Bible research materials, some books by Jen Pollock Michel, and a few volumes from the New Research in Biblical Theology sequence.
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David Mathis explains this biblical qualification. “One of the greatest needs wives and children have — and all the more in our relentlessly distracting age — is dad’s countercultural attentiveness. Perhaps human attention never has been more valuable. Today the largest corporations in the world no longer compete for oil, but for human attention. And when attention is short and scarce, one of the greatest emerging tragedies of this new era is distracted dads.”
I anticipate all of us have cause to place these tips into apply.
Could God bless him on this new ministry!
All of it sounds fairly odd till he will get to the arithmetic of it on the finish. Then it begins to make some sense.
I used to be to learn this text from a former astrologer. “What broke the spell for me was, oddly, people swearing by my gift. Some repeat customers claimed I’d made very specific predictions, of a kind I never made. It dawned on me that my readings were a co-creation – I would weave a story and, later, the customer’s memory would add new elements.”
Trevin sounds the warning. “I wonder if, in the decades that followed, the truth that going to church doesn’t make you a Christian morphed into a different idea—that being a Christian doesn’t necessarily include going to church. I wonder if people started thinking that personal, individual faith in Jesus is the only important thing, and if the church can help with that, fine, but if not, that’s fine, too.”
I’d say this problem can apply equally to older girls.
How does your church deal with the gathering in an more and more cashless world? And the way do you make giving a major act of worship in case your giving is finished electronically? What are your ideas about the way forward for the gathering?
The work God must do in you issues way over the work you suppose He must do by means of you. —Sam Allberry