Have you ever heard the phrase “moderation in all things?” I use it all the time without really thinking about it. And so I recently became interested in knowing where it originated. A quick online search showed the phrase probably originates from the Greek poet Hesiod (750-650 BC) who wrote, “observe due measure; moderation...
Selfless or Self-Centered? What Kind of Servant Are You? (Kale Uzzle, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship)
If you scan through the Bible’s vast array of stories, proverbs, and instructions regarding servanthood, there are three questions that distinguish the real thing from a false co-opting of servanthood.
Praying Together as Mentoring and Discipleship (Megan Hill, Coalition of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood)
Just two Christian women, taking turns praying aloud for the concerns of Christ and his kingdom, will disciple one another in important aspects of the life of faith.
7 Ways to Love Your Pastor (Elisha Galotti, True Woman)
We’re sheep who need leadership….Pastor Paul shared seven ways that a congregation can love their shepherd, and his words of encouragement are applicable to every local church context.
It Is Impossible to Read the Bible (John Piper, Desiring God)
Without God’s supernatural aid, we are merely natural and cannot see the glory of God in the Bible for what it really is — supremely beautiful and all-satisfying.
The Gospel is More Powerful Than You Think (Dillon Mack, Unlocking the Bible)
As we pray for Christians to be bold witnesses across the world, let’s remind ourselves to be bold witnesses right here and now. For we have a God who works powerfully through his gospel!