One of the great benefits of 21st century Christianity is the ability for brothers and sisters in Christ to connect and encourage each other through means otherwise impossible. The advent of social media has brought with it many vices and evils to be sure, but the virtues of these platforms can’t be over-sung.
Another week has come and gone, but another round of “Links I Like” starts right now. Lots of stuff to get to this week, so let’s get started!
Welcome to another collection of links that have impacted me this past week. Hope you find them enlightening and encouraging.
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.
A sermon from Acts 6:8-7:53.
Another week ends, but another compiling of links begins for you. Enjoy!
The Bible you hold in your hands is as much a History Book as it is a Revelation Book. All the events and stories and people recorded therein are historical, factual, and real. “Scholars” and “experts” like to discount the Bible as nothing more than fiction and fantasy, full of mythical tales and legends from times gone by. But the truth of the Bible stands tall and has been proven over and over to be authoritative and accurate in everything it says.