When I set out to read J. A. Medders’ Gospel Formed, I wasn’t really sure what I was getting myself into. I was embarking into uncharted waters. I wasn’t familiar with Medders’ ministry, neither had I been acquainted with his writing. But what a first impression this was.
What is the greatest thing about the gospel? This may seem like an unanswerable question, or an undeserved distinction that’s little more than debate fodder for those who have nothing better to do with their time or academic sophistications than split theological hairs. Nevertheless, while the whole of the gospel is the greatest good for mankind, I contend that there is one thing greater than all the others…
An excerpt from a longer work by Charles Spurgeon.
Hey there! Thanks for stopping by. Welcome to “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of stories that have impacted me in the last few days. This weekend we have some really fantastic pieces by some dear friends, as well as a new single from John Mark McMillan. So get your coffee, read, listen, and enjoy!
A few thoughts on Matt Chandler’s book, The Explicit Gospel.
Good morning and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of the stories that have impacted me throughout the past few days. I hope you’ll find these as encouraging and enlightening as I did.
An excerpt from a longer work by Brennan Manning.
Welcome to another collection of links that have impacted me this past week. I hope you’ll find them as beneficial as I did.
A sermon from Luke 18:9-14.
Upon moving to south Florida in the spring of 2013, I wasn’t really looking to get involved in pastoral ministry right away. I had just graduated from Bible college with a Youth Ministries degree, but because of the transition between states, my only goals at the time were to find a job, find a house, and get settled with my wife in our new town. This was a big shift for me.