Some interesting reading from this weekend…
Assemblies of God missionaries were addressing the issue of sex slaves and sex trafficking as far back as 1917.
Chilly Chilton challenges us to view worship as serving: Serving Up Some Worship!
This infuriates me … a Planned Parenthood staffer recommends abusive sex to a 15-year-old! And guess what? Our tax dollars are paying for this garbage.
More medical evidence that stress is bad for your heart.
“It will take an infinite number of ages for God to be done glorifying the wealth of His grace to us—which is to say He will never be done. And our joy will increase forever and ever. Boredom is absolutely excluded in the presence of an infinitely glorious God.” —John Piper
Don’t just study; study well. Here are some important questions to ask yourself.
The Overview Bible Project has a cool look at the Psalms.
“How can we ever hope that our kids will become moral, ethical, committed people when we can’t keep our word, can’t keep our pants on, and can’t seem to hold our tongue or liquor? To all three groups of leaders, I simply say: We don’t expect you to be perfect, but we do expect you to embody integrity.” Read more from Tim Elmore’s post The Only Way To Turn Students Into Ethical Leaders.
“As Christians we are called upon to exhibit the character of God, and this means the simultaneous exhibition of His holiness and His love.” —Francis Schaeffer