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Weekend A La Carte (May 2) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) – Tim Challies


First off, my thanks goes to The Elisha Basis for sponsoring the weblog this week. You’ll want to take a look at their new and free video-based coaching for people and church buildings.

In the present day’s Kindle offers embody some glorious classics. In the meantime, Logos customers will in all probability wish to obtain this month’s free e-book, a commentary on Isaiah. Maybe additionally take a look at their month-to-month sale.

(Yesterday on the weblog: Discovering the Proper Hills to Die On; word that Westminster Books has this e-book on sale.)

5 Insights Into Your Emotions Beneath Lockdown

Peter Mead: “As we live through this lockdown, we are being given a unique opportunity to observe ourselves under different and difficult circumstances. It is as if we are in a laboratory, with lots of normal elements taken out of our lives. What we may be discovering is that we are experiencing emotions in a way that we are normally too busy to notice.”

Mincaye Is Now with Jesus

Randy Alcorn shares the information. “On Tuesday afternoon, Mincaye, the previous warrior who in 1956 speared to demise Nate Saint and Ed McCully, two of the 5 missionary martyrs in Ecuador, handed from this life to the subsequent. A member of the as soon as fierce Huaorani tribe, Mincaye had come to Christ, and was a reworked man, a pleasant brother who was a pleasure to be with.”

Corona Blues

There are some actually useful sources right here for people and organizations, although the first viewers is pastors. “Rather than being a restful break from the normal round of meetings and commitments this time has felt pressured and fretful. How can shepherds really know what is happening amongst the flock when we are physically separated from them? It’s no wonder that emotions have fluctuated.”

Why Evangelicals Should Have interaction Roman Catholicism

Leonardo De Chirico: “As I speak to different audiences and at various conferences, the question comes back over and over again: why should Evangelicals bother engaging Roman Catholicism? Let me suggest four reasons.”

We Are All Shut-Ins Now: three Classes I Don’t Need to Neglect About Ministry to Shut-Ins
“We are all shut-ins now. We are home but we have found just how exhausting it can be to be home all of the time. The daily grind begins to get at us mentally and socially in a way we never expected. We are restricted, but hopefully we have learned some empathy in our restrictions.”
Few Church buildings Gathered, Extra Moved On-line in April

Info & Traits rounds up some fascinating knowledge from Lifeway Analysis on how church buildings have modified and tailored up to now two months. As 2020 dawned, may anybody have imagined a situation by which solely 4% of American church buildings would meet on Sunday, April 19?

Pastoring in a Pandemic

9Marks is placing collectively a group of articles about pastoring in a pandemic. They’ve bought articles for pastors dealing with burnout, pastors who’re live-streaming (and who usually are not live-streaming), for church buildings who’re questioning the best way to have fun communion, and so forth.

Flashback: If Solely I Had Been Saved By Advantage!

One of many hardest duties for each Christian is to deeply consider and perpetually keep in mind that we’ve been saved by grace. One of many sweetest disciplines for each Christian is to meditate upon the grace that God extends to the undeserving.

Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies

God cares way more about our character than about our competencies. He cares way more about our works being good works—works achieved in holiness, in love for others—than in regards to the sheer quantity of works we accomplish. —Geoff Robson

Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies

Weekend A La Carte (Might 2) - Tim Challies

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