Labor has a real lefty…so can we have proper conservatives?
Donald Trump or Ben Carson, the Republican nominee? Bernie Sanders the Democratic nominee, could he? If you still dismiss these possibilties, note that the British Bernie Sanders, Jeremy Corbyn, was elected as leader of the British equivalent of the Labor party on Saturday. There’s something revolutionary afoot among the masses, on both sides of the aisle. Establishment elites, time to quake
The Myth of Quality Time | The New York Times: Frank Bruni
There’s simply no real substitute for physical presence.
The Best Day of the Week | Christward Collective: Nick Kennicott
5 Suggestions to make the most of your Lord’s Day.
How a Consumer Culture Threatens to Destroy Pastors | Washington Post: Jen Hatmaker
“Pastors, you are so dear to me. You’ve been extra fathers and mothers my whole life. The vast majority of you are good people who love God and want to be obedient. I respect and love you immensely. I’m also worried about you.”
Extemporaneous Preaching | Feeding on Christ: Nick Batzig
“My hope is that some who read this will get excited about the prospect of learning to preach extemporaneously.” Erik Raymond also touches on this in Preacher Thou Shalt Not Bore People:
If your head is buried for most of the 30-45 minutes then it makes it more difficult to engage with you. Try to rely less on your notes and interact with the people. Look them in the eyes, engage with them, and read them.
Contending with Christianity’s Critics: Anwering New Atheists and Other Objectors by William Lane Craig $2.99.
I Dare You Not to Bore Me with the Bible by Michael Heiser $0.99.
The Man in the Red Bandana
A few days late, but never too late to learn about another 9/11 hero.