Minimize Student Debt, Maximize Christian Mission | Desiring God
“How many current (and incoming) students are making decisions today that will put them in even deeper debt? What is clear is that thousands upon thousands of students need help assessing the largest investment they’ve ever made.”
Using Technology Wisely: When Remote Counseling is the Only Option| Biblical Counseling Coalition Blogs
“There are a number of valid reasons why counseling may be sought remotely.”
What Paul Can Teach the Christian Counselor | Thinking Christianly…In a Therapeutic Culture
“Christian counselors can learn much from reflecting on the New Testament epistles. ”
Four things most wives want from their husbands | Urban Faith
“Most wives look to their husbands for at least four things: 1) open, honest, and consistent communication; 2) physical, emotional, and financial protection; 3) quality and quantity time; and 4) continuous pursuit-that is, don’t let romance fade as the marriage matures.”
7 Steps to a Sustainable Schedule | Lifeway: Mark Dance
“Most pastors I talk to are aspiring for some sanity in their schedules. Today I will share my typical work-day ministry schedule, which you will want to customize according to your particular life-stage and ministry.”
Vacation as Preparation for Vocation
This sums up what I just experienced in Florida.
3 Reasons Millennials Are Getting Fired | Inc.com
“A backlash to Milllennials’ mindsets at work is causing some to get fired. Here’s why.”
On This Day: 365 Amazing and Inspiring Stories about Saints, Martyrs and Heroes $0.99. Bit of a mixture but a treasure trove of sermon illustrations.
Awe: Why It Matters for Everything We Think, Say, and Do by Paul Tripp $4.99.
Positivity: Top-Notch Research Reveals the Upward Spiral That Will Change Your Life $1.99. Not a Christian book but a wealth of fascinating research and stories. The kind of “weekend book” I’m always looking for on a Friday. As usual, read through lens of Scripture – but be amazed at how science is increasingly confirming Scripture too.
I am happy to be me
Just stunned. Notice how far down the list of “I ams” comes “I am disabled.”