This recent blog post from William Boekestein is an excellent reminder of how we are to use the resources God has given to us. He mentions and eludes to many of the principles taught by Dave Ramsey. This post, and the principles taught by Dave, help us to prioritize our resources and use them in a way that take the pressure off of our family life, and gives glory to God. Take the time to check out both of the links and begin today to be an excellent steward.
This is a great article by Will Walker entitled, Gospel Centered Parenting. It is definitely worth your time to read and think through how these principles could have a lasting impact on your parenting.
I saw this video a few months ago and it never get old to see the excitement of these people over God’s Word.
Video via http://www.desiringgod.org
Raising kids to live radically for Christ requires a radical way of thinking, living, and believing. I Tim. 1:5
Dennis Rainey (via Twitter, 2/24/13)
Over the years, many things have been written about Tim Tebow. Some people applaud the stance me makes concerning his Christian life while others make it their mission to run him into the ground. Yesterday, Al Mohler discussed on his radio show, The Briefing, Tebow’s recent decision not to speak at the historic, First Baptist Church of Dallas. Denny Burk also writes about the significance concerning Tebow’s decision to cancel his appearance. In the next few days I am sure that Tebow will be in the news, not for his play (or lack thereof) on the field, but for his decision to make a stand, a stand that will no doubt have a lasting impact on his life, on and off the field.
“That was just one problem with ministering to the youth of today — riding the wave of cool and contemporary youth ministry was like surfing the big ones, and with one false move, there you were with sand in your trunks” (Evangellyfish, p. 91). via Doug Wilson
This is a great article from Trevin Wax that will make you wonder if you have lost your mind. Check it out!
Whether you give or take criticism, it’s never easy. This article from David Murray helps us as we think through the topic of criticism.