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Amy Hall: “Every once in a while, I’ll hear someone throw out the idea that men in the Old Testament treated their wives like property as if it’s an obvious, accepted fact. I’m not convinced it’s true.”
Nick Batzig engages an important idea: “One doesn’t have to look far these days to see how ready the better part of young Christians are to embrace grandiose visions about their futures. On one hand, this seems so very noble. After all, as image bearers of God, shouldn’t we desire excellence and seek to be a blessing to as many people in the world as possible?”
BBC had people write in with their experience of abortion. The letters show why we must continue to create and support pregnancy care centers.
John Piper addresses a question from a young man. “Hello Pastor John! I am in high school. At school I want to be well liked — even thought of as cool — but I’m also very scared that wanting to be popular will lead me into sin. How can I live godly and be well liked?”
There is only redeeming value in this video if you believe in the value of laughter. And there’s got to be an illustration of something in there as well.
You will want to read through this lengthy article by D.A. Carson as he speaks to our time.
This Day in 1881. 136 years ago today the first formal youth church organization, “Christian Endeavour.” was formed in Maine by Rev. Francis E. Clark. It became the model of the modern denominational youth fellowship. *
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There’s wisdom here: “Most of us don’t feel qualified to carry on an hour-long conversation on justification or missions in Africa. What Deuteronomy encourages is the drip principle. Drip. Drip. Drip. Everywhere you go, whenever possible, drip spiritual content into your daily conversations.”
We are becoming symbiotic with our computer tools, growing into interconnected systems that remember less by knowing information than by knowing where the information can be found.
There are but two lessons for the Christian to learn: the one is to enjoy God in everything; the other is to enjoy every thing in God. —Charles Simeon