Growing up a pastor’s kid, you’re privy to a lot of dilemmas the general church-goer doesn’t see or understand. This isn’t meant to sound haughty, it’s just the nature of the beast when it comes to growing up in ministry. Being a “double p.k.” (as both my grandfather’s are former pastors as well), I’ve seen my fair share of ministry ups and downs.
A sermon from Matthew 15:1-14.
An excerpt from a longer sermon delivered by C. H. Spurgeon.
Welcome to “Links I Like,” a weekly roundup of news, stories, and links that have impacted me throughout the past week. Enjoy!
Perhaps the most glossed over ministry of any church remains the children’s ministry. Yes, there’s often a focus on engaging young kids with the Bible and teaching them to memorize Scripture, but the emphasis of this engagement isn’t always as saturated with the gospel as other age groups are.
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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.
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.
A sermon from Daniel 4:1-37.
Welcome to another collection of links that have impacted me this past week. I hope you’ll find them as beneficial as I did.