Aren’t Gay People Made In The Image Of God, Too? | Ricky Alcantar, The Blazing Center
“As a Christian I would humbly point to Scripture and say three things in response to an honest question like this.”

Be Quick to Read and Slow to Comment | Nathan W. Bingham
“It’s a sad day when Christians, not unbelievers, are the ones driving many Christian blogs to shut down their comments section. Would it be such a bad thing if Christians only commented on articles that they had read in full?”

4 Christlike Characteristics of a Biblical Comforter | Bob Kelleman, RPM ministries
“What type of person do I need to be in order to offer Christ’s sustaining comfort to others?”

The Sovereignty of God in the Salvation of My Father’s Slayer | Francis Nigel Lee, Banner of Truth
“Francis Nigel Lee died on December 23, 2011 in Australia. One thing he left behind is the story of the conversion of the man who murdered his father”

The 1st Fully Kinesthetic Classroom in the USA | Kidsfit Kinesthetic Classroom | LinkedIn
Now this would have been my kind of classroom. “What we’re trying to show is that more movement equals better grades, better behavior, better bodies.” ”

Avoiding Hyper-Calvinism as We Preach | Barry York, Gentle Reformation
“Could it be that, in heart and practice, many of us in Reformed churches are not preaching evangelistically because we allow our Calvinism to bind us rather than propel us as it should? Perhaps we can learn from a controversy in Spurgeon’s time. ”

New Book

Rooted: Theology for Growing Christians by Brandon Smith and J. A. Medders

Kindle Books

Designed for Joy: How the Gospel Impacts Men and Women, Identity and Practice edited by Jonathan Parnell and Owen Strachan (2.99)

Dangerous Calling: Confronting the Unique Challenges of Pastoral Ministry by Paul David Tripp ($3.99)

What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America by Cal Thomas ($1.99)

The Pastor’s Justification: Applying the Work of Christ in Your Life and Ministry by Jared C. Wilson ($3.99)


Jesus Paid it All, Elder DJ Ward
I’ve watched this so many times. It’s phenomenal, even though it makes me feel as if I’ve never really preached.