I have spent a lot of time in waiting rooms. Hospitals, doctor’s offices, urgent cares, pharmacies—I’ve known them all already, known them all. And many times it was the I’ve-already-read-through-this-magazine-three-times kind of waiting. You know, I always found it a bit presumptuous how hospitals refer to visitors as patients. The...
Welcome back to Key Connections, a new midweek article connecting you to key biblical resources around the web!
How to Help the Broken (Melissa Danisi, Self Talk the Gospel)
In our brokenness, we often feel unseen, unloved, unwanted by God and others…So it is with those who might be hiding in pain around us, or you yourself.
Keeping the Faith in A Faithless Age: the Church as a Moral Minority (Al Mohler, Al Mohler)
The concern of the church is not to know its own mind, but to know and follow the mind of God.
When You Don’t Want to Go to Church (Gaye Clark, The Gospel Coalition)
Some say you can worship God at home, but how likely are you to be filled with more of Christ when you’re empty and alone?
Fortune Cookie Theology (Stephanie Huback, enCourage)
“Worry is interest paid on a debt you may not owe.” Do you ever worry?
How to engage on social media like a Christian (Aaron Armstrong, Blogging Theologically)
“Encourage one another and build one another up,” Paul wrote. All our communication between fellow believers should have this goal in mind.