Reflections on a Planned Parenthood Protest | John Piper
“I come away with the renewed impression that the protection of unborn life is a cause that will not let go of this nation, and that now, more than ever, leaders are rising across the age-range in such a way that it may be the time for some remarkable changes.”
Living with a Brain Injury | Aquila Report: Miriam Gautier
“I didn’t want anyone to know that I was brain damaged. I didn’t think they’d understand and I really didn’t know how to explain it.”
Ashley Madison: Faithlessness
“Life is short, have an affair.” Or. “Life is eternal, live faithfully.” Take your pick.
10 Descriptors of Bad Teachers and Bad Leaders | Chuck Lawless
“Several times in my teaching career, I’ve asked graduate students to give me descriptions of the worst teachers they’ve had.”
The Value of Reading Expository Commentaries | Ref 21: Rick Phillips
“For years I have plugged through such volumes of exposition and books of sermons, mainly for personal devotional purposes but also for professional growth. I can hardly express the blessing I have received in this way.”
5 Myths and Truths in Loneliness | TGC
“Having been an ordained minister for 32 years and licensed psychologist for 18, I have had the privilege of being entrusted with many personal stories of loneliness. As individuals from all walks of life have opened up with their struggles, I’ve been deeply affected from two different directions. From a psychological perspective, I’ve been struck by the depth of pain humans encounter in their experience of loneliness. And from a theological perspective, I’ve been amazed at how significant human loneliness is to the triune God.”
The Messianic Hope: Is the Old Testament Really Messianic? by Michael Rydelink $2.99. A book I learned a lot from.
The Pastor’s Ministry: Biblical Priorities for Faithful Shepherds by Brian Croft $3.99. My endorsement:
What a helpful book! Ten clear pastoral priorities, each one biblically grounded and practically expounded. This book will be a huge blessing to many shepherds and even more sheep. I wish it had been around when I was starting out in ministry twenty years ago