Dom Cobb explains that “an idea is like a virus. Resilient. Highly contagious. And even the smallest seed of an idea can grow. It can grow to define or destroy you.” So opens Christopher Nolan’s 2010 tour de force Inception. Those who know me well know that Inception is and remains my favorite film of all time.
Hey there! Welcome to “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of stories that have impacted me in some way throughout the week. I love this collection and I think you will too. Enjoy!
Another week has come and gone. A week in which we were able to celebrate with friends and family the glorious liberties this nation possesses, while also relishing in the greater liberty tendered in the gospel. There’s lots of good stuff to consume and digest this week. Thanks for reading!
There’s a quote I read recently and I can’t get it out of my mind. So, I hope to get it stuck in yours too. It comes from Zack Eswine’s superb book, The Imperfect Pastor. And it’s not so much an inspiring or earth-shattering sentence that’s easily tweetable. Rather, it’s a short series of soul-pricking questions…
July Fourth is, perhaps, the most American day there is. It’s a day we remember when we asserted our liberty from the tyrannical rule of Britain and separated ourselves as the American colonies. It’s the day in 1776 when the Second Continental Congress ratified the Declaration of Independence. It truly is America’s day, and nothing makes us much happier as the eyes of the globe turn towards us.
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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.
A few weeks ago, I had the “privilege” of sitting under some pretty bad teaching. I’ve often heard illustrations by others of hearing and experiencing flawed preaching, but I haven’t been privy to it firsthand that frequently. But on this occasion, I found myself squirming in my seat as I listened to the teacher misconstrue 3 separate passages of Scripture, culminating in a complete misrepresentation of the cross of Christ.
Well, here it is, Volume 52 of “Links I Like.” One year of reading and sharing and encouraging other writers to continue writing and influencing others with the gospel. That’s my aim with this series. My goal remains to read and share as much as I can, so others can see vast array of glory that’s contained in God’s gospel of grace.
Hello and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of the stories and sites that have encouraged and enlightened me throughout the past week. I hope you’ll find them just as encouraging and enlightening.