16 Truths About Digital Time and Real Friends
Here’s a good list for your refrigerator if you want to build real relationships more than digital ones.
8 Steps for Real Repentance from Psalm 51
“Often we treat repentance as a statement—an “I’m sorry, please forgive me” that checks a box and (hopefully) alleviates our guilt. But if we look closely at Psalm 51, we see that repentance is a turning away from sin and a turning toward God—a process that doesn’t merely alleviate guilt but cultivates deep joy. So how do we grow in a joy-giving habit of repentance? Here are eight steps.”
How Expository Preaching Should Engage Cultural Concerns (Part I)
Jason Allen thinks through how to combine addressing current cultural concerns with consecutive expository preaching.
The Strongest Men Are Gentle
“Weak men are often preoccupied with showing and talking about their strength. Truly strong men give their energy and attention not to showing off their strength but to demonstrating their gentleness. They are able to rightly exercise their manifest power for others’ good. Insecure men flex and threaten. Men who are secure in their strength, and the strength of their Lord, are not only willing but eager to let their gentleness be known to all”
The Dutch Reformed in North America
Danny Hyde sketches the history and influence of the Dutch Reformed tradition in North America.
Are We Allowed to Use OT Figures as Moral Examples?
“OT stories/figures can function both as a type of Christ and as moral examples of what true faith can produce in the life of God’s people.”
Fighting Satan: Knowing His Weaknesses, Strategies, and Defeat by Joel R. Beeke $3.99.
Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting by Dave Furman $2.99.