Leaders, Talk About Power to Protect the Vulnerable
This is such an important article.

Go to Sleep…God Is Awake
“No one really knows why, but sleep is critical to the proper functioning of our bodies and minds. Studies show that sleep deficits slow our thinking, compromise memory, make learning difficult, impair our reaction time, cause irritability, increase anger, decrease capacity for stress, and make us less likely to engage in good habits such as eating well and exercising. Sleeplessness also increases the risk of depression and anxiety. In one study conducted by the University of North Texas, people with insomnia were almost 10 times more likely to suffer from clinical depression and more than 17 times more likely to be affected by “clinically significant” anxiety.”

Failure to Launch Syndrome and Young Men: The Educational Dilemma
“Over the past decade, 30% of male college students have dropped out during their freshman year.”

Make It Easy for Your Kids to Love God: Proverbs for a Happy Home
“Your children need something more than to be fortified against sin. They need to be inspired toward God. Tell them, with all the confidence that Proverbs 8 warrants, of his joyous wisdom across the whole of life. Prove to them, by the very ethos of your home, that the Lord is good. Let them see that faith in you, and the glory of the Lord will be hard for them to resist.”

On Mission at McDonald’s
“Never let your desire to be on mission be connected to a desire to appear cool. Coolness kills mission. It turns our attention to ourselves and how we are perceived rather than to God and the people he wants us to reach.”

10 Crucial Archaeological Discoveries Related to the Bible

Jesus, Take the Control Wheel: Southwest Pilot Saw Flying as Ministry
Great story.

They Call It Narcissism
“Secular literature is most helpful when its descriptions of difficult-to-understand behaviors are coupled with years of experience and when its practical suggestions come close to the wisdom and love we find in Scripture. With the behaviors that are called narcissistic, we know that the Spirit can change us and teach us more about how to love wisely, and we invite all comers to give their ideas on ways to love.”

Kindle Books

Rejoicing in Lament: Wrestling with Incurable Cancer and Life in Christ by J. Todd Billings $1.99.

The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller $1.99.

Unshaken: Real Faith in Our Faithful God by Crawford W. Loritts $3.99.

Supernatural Power for Everyday People: Experiencing God’s Extraordinary Spirit in Your Ordinary Life by Jared C. Wilson $2.99.