Power of Example
Tim Challies reminded me of a chart I had forgotten about. This little chartby Nancy Leigh Demoss so convicted me when I first came across it about 10 years ago that I made copies and distributed it to my church. It really is a foundational document to refer to time and time again. It would be […]
Very interesting article for anyone who wants to disciple their children to pursue football Jesus. The writer, who I think is a Christian, makes these observations. What I came looking for was a how-to and what I left with was the feeling that we have overcomplicated things in our pursuit of perfect parenting. How two […]
Trillia Newbell hits at an area many pastors are afraid to touch, the self-righteous wife. If self-righteousness is a danger for everyone (and it is), then it certainly applies to the area of marriage. Trillia observes: After the honeymoon we returned to our home eager to start our new lives together as one. But soon […]
“God fathers us by being lavish, generous, even extravagant in His care, love, provision, and protection of His children. ‘He who did not spare His own Son but gave Him up for us all, how will He not also with Him graciously give us all things?’ (Romans 8:32). Lavish, generous, extravagant care for His children– […]
I love having fun on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon like everybody else, but…….. something to think about around this time of year. Our kids will pick up on what we are truly excited about….and that better be the gospel. Just sayin’.