Lots to catch up on after my week of teaching at Westminster Seminary.
On Knowing When to Resign
Best article I’ve read on the subject of pastoral resignations. File it away for the day you’ll need it.
Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
If you haven’t yet read this, you need to:
More comfortable online than out partying, post-Millennials are safer, physically, than adolescents have ever been. But they’re on the brink of a mental-health crisis.
Our Wedding Date Is Set — Why Not Have Sex Now?
Sadly and badly needed.
12 Basic Principles for Faith and Work
Transform your Monday morning.
4 Money Principles for Millennials
Being a long-time Dave Ramsey listener, I’m not shocked by these stats.
How did millennials get into so much financial trouble? They’ve received little financial training, college tuition has skyrocketed during their lifetimes, and student loans have become as easy to get as candy canes on Christmas. This combination of factors has landed many millennials in debt, unable to achieve their goals. With all this debt, it’s harder to buy a home, own a car, save for retirement, and start a family. Many millennials are asking how they can make a difference in the world when they can barely make their debt payments.
Why Does It Take an Eclipse to Get Us to Look Up to the Heavens?
You don’t ned to be in the path of today’s eclipse to wonder and worship:
Let’s not wait until the next eclipse to stop and pause and wonder. Look up to the heavens, and then look further up, until you find joy in the God who enjoys his handiwork.
Today, More than Ever, Read Beyond the Headlines
To paraphrase Hosea 13:9: “O media, you have destroyed yourselves.”
I’m not sure the news will ever be the same after the presidency of Donald Trump. While the industry has already been in a long decline, it seems to have entered into an era of near-insanity as the networks and websites compete against one another to set new standards in thoughtless, bloviating reporting. Whether those networks love or hate the president, they seem to be tripping over themselves and one another to say the most the fastest, to constantly editorialize on every decision, every step, every misstep. Reading the news has become a grueling, exasperating chore. Watching it has become almost unbearable.
Walking Through It: A Family Violence Survivor’s Reflection
The basics of how to help victims of domestic abuse.
A New Set of Priorities for Our Kids
“We must intentionally teach our children the skills and character traits they’ll need to thrive in college and beyond. We must teach them about their need for three things in particular: passion, humility, and trust in a sovereign God.”
Amazon are offering significant discounts on a number of Kindle devices.
God’s Love Compels Us: Taking the Gospel to the World by Don Carson and others $2.99.
Too Good to be True by Michael Horton $4.99.
Beating the College Debt Trap: Getting a Degree Without Going Broke by Alex Chediak $1.99.