How do you discern the conversion of a child
Good starting point provided by Brian Croft.
Reflections on the Church in Great Britain
Some encouraging words from Don Carson for my British friends and brothers in the ministry.
Being faithful in the small things is a big thing
“Most of decisions that we make are small. They are often done when no one is around. Over time they begin to add up and eventually make us who we are. Sometimes I hear from Christians that if we are faithful in the small things, God will entrust us with big things. I’m not so sure. Small things are big things.”
Working long hours can be truly depressing
“People who worked 11 hours a day or more, more than doubled their risk of major depression compared with colleagues putting in eight hours a day.”
How plastic bottles can lighten up the darkness
This video will brighten your day…or at least help you realize how bright your day is compared to others.
Tara Edelschik steps into the homeschool minefield and, well you can read about the carnage yourself: ”But here’s an interesting thing I’ve noticed in my year of blogging. Whenever I write about my struggles as a mother, people are incredibly appreciative. When I write that I hate homeschooling and can’t stand to be around my kids, people cheer. At last! Someone is keeping it real! When I write about my children being disobedient and selfish and my fears that I don’t know how to raise them well, people thank me profusely for my transparency. But when I write that things are going well, that God is in fact answering my prayers, that homeschooling my children has improved our relationship – then I am showing off, acting like a know-it-all, and judging people who make other choices.”