We are given place in our human experience, before God and the world, to treat the broken world just as it is: broken. To mourn and to cry and to weep and to be sad over things that call for it. That require it, even. Tears should frequent the faces of the saints.
In times of great uncertainty, the Christian response is to be grounded in love.
These are the Top 5 things I found on the web this week: Delighting in the Trinity Nine short videos by Mike Reeves, focused on helping us to delight in God's nature as Trinity. Worth 12 minutes of your week! Love Your Neighbor and Speak the Truth Rosaria Butterfield: "To be clear, I was not converted … Continue reading The Web’s Top 5 – July 26, 2019
These are the Top 5 things I found on the web this week: Sunday from Heaven It's easy for us to think of Sunday morning as a snooze-fest. But what if we were to see it from God's perspective? "How can we overlook Sunday mornings unless we’ve grown dull to the constellation of incomparable beauties … Continue reading The Web’s Top 5 – May 24, 2019
Gleanings are some items I've found lying around the web that I've found helpful this week. The Gospel in Iran This is one of the most encouraging articles I have read in awhile, in regards to the power of Gospel in the face of overwhelming odds and staggering persecution. It's amazing what God is doing in … Continue reading Gleanings – May 17, 2019
The scientific method itself requires an assumption that verifiable results can be reproduced. That the machine of the physical universe, as understood through a scientific lens, will always be consistent. That there is order. But when we look at our lives, it often seems like someone threw a monkey wrench into the middle of the machine, and the result is chaos.
Gleanings are some items I've found lying around the web that I've found helpful this week. The Joy of the Father This is so good--especially the video of Prince Harry. 5 Reasons Spouses Shouldn't Sit Together in Church Such a good article on welcome in the church: "Every week, people wander into our churches for the … Continue reading Gleanings – May 10, 2019