A song by Hillsong Worship.
Among the things that perturb me about modern Christianity is our residual clinging to a sort of “Christian-karma.” You’ve probably read this frustration from me before, but with some recent events in my own life, I feel as though Christians still just don’t get it. We want so much for our deeds and actions to matter that we’ve actually trivialized grace instead of personalized it.
Hello! Thanks for visiting. This is the weekly edition of “Links I Like,” an assortment of stories I found enlightening or encouraging throughout the week. I hope you’re likewise encouraged by what you find.
This world makes much of “love.” It’s the centerpiece of countless movies, books, paintings, and songs. Love is everywhere. We’re so inundated and bombarded with the notion of love — of falling in love and being in love — that it seems impossible for us to escape the idea that love is all you need. But is that true?
Another week may have come to an end but another collection of links begins for you right now. Enjoy!
I figured I’d retell this short story with a little added commentary because I believe that what occurred is extremely beneficial for all to hear. And besides that, even just recalling it now gets me enthused and excited about the gospel.
Hello and welcome to this week’s edition of “Links I Like.” I hope you’re encouraged by what you find. Thanks for stopping by!
On how and why Rogue One is the best Star Wars film ever.
Another week has come and gone, but this morning we get to sit back, drink some coffee, and enjoy some fantastic stories from across the web. I pray these are as impactful on you as they were me!
An announcement regarding my show, “Ministry Minded,” which is getting a new schedule in light of recent developments in my own ministry endeavors.