Like It or Not, You Are Always Leading by Example
A challenge from the Harvard Business Review
How to Proclaim the Gospel from the Old Testament | Carson, Chappel, Keller, Piper
An old one but worth returning to.
10 Effects of Living with Addiction | Brad Hambrick
Ten patterns that emerge or become more pronounced when we live in a relational context marked by addiction. While each of these is understandable, none of them led to sustainably healthy relationships.
The Problem Of Lazy Men | The American Conservative
A smaller percentage of American males in the prime working years (ages 25 to 54) are working than were working near the end of the Great Depression in 1940, when the unemployment rate was above 14 percent.
Is Religious Liberty “Hanging By a Thread”? | BruceAshford.net
An almost invisible one.
Anxiety at Work
Painfully but helpfully honest. Also practical and hope-giving.
The Holiness of God and Chosen By God: Stream These Classic Series for Free
If you haven’t yet seen them, no excuses now.
Using the news to explore our difficulties with apologies | Musings of a Christian Psychologist
Help with discerning the difference between true and false apologies.
Here are a few articles about IVP’s recent decision that hits employees should hold to biblical views on marriage
The Cross in the Experience of our Lord by R A Finlayson $0.99. This is a truly wonderful book on Christ’s person and work.
Gospel: Recovering the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary by J. D. Greear $0.99.
War in the Wasteland by Douglas Bond $4.99. My sons devoured Douglas Bond books growing up.
Confronted by Grace: Meditations of a Theologian by John Webster $2.99.