Ep. 7 – Seek Unity, Not Diversity

créer un site de rencontres On this episode of Discern Daily, we walked through Shai Linne’s new article for The Gospel Coalition, titled, “6 Ways to Show Your Child God’s Design for Ethnic Diversity.” Discussions about race and skin color flood social media. Shai Linne’s article touches on some important lessons we must teach our children on the matter. Check out the episode and let’s seek the truth. 

Ep. 4 – What Americans Believe Today

Ligonier Ministries and LifeWay Research partnered to provide an excellent resource for the Church. Ligonier’s 2018 State of Theology survey has been published and there’s a lot to unpack from it.

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Ligon Duncan Shares A Wise And Godly Strategy For Social Media Use

Ligon Duncan give us a Godly and wise social media strategy as well as an example of what responsible leadership in the public sphere looks like. With a quick thread of tweets he outlines 10 simple strategic commitments he has for his social media use that we’d all do well to emulate. In fact, it’s great advice even when not on social media.

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John MacArthur Speaks To Your Desire To Be Important, And How To Actually Be – [VIDEO]

“There is an entire generation of young people who think they are so important that they somehow need to be world changers; most of them will never come close.” This video is a quick but vital word for us as men in our day when it’s so easy to be distracted from our mission.

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Are You Merely “Lawful” Or Are You “Helpful” In Social Media?

We can do social media for God’s glory, if we’re using it rightly, and rightly may not be as easy as simply “preaching at” people. A well known bit of scripture, not originally about this, can easily be applied to our social media and the way we connect, or don’t, to people in our circles.