100 Questions To Ask Your Kids – Manda Carpenter
What do you want to do but are too afraid to try? What is your favorite book? If you could only have one food for the rest of you life, what would you choose?
Lysa Terkeurst Interviews Lisa Whittle about her new book – JOE
The Awakening Mercy of Crisis – Kristen Wetherell
We know this––walking with the Almighty God is our highest privilege and the center of our deepest-held beliefs. Yet crisis, with all its disorientation, unveils the mercy of God in another form: mercy that awakens us to the very realities we profess to believe.
The Briefing – Albert Mohler
A Little Theology of Exercise – Desiring God
“When my life is joyfully active, and not sedentary — when my legs and arms feel strong, and the truth feels strong and clear that the happier life comes from activity, not passivity — I’m more ready to spring into action to help others. My whole orientation on the world is not passive, but active. Ready to move. Ready to respond. Ready to hear. Ready to help. Ready to love.“
Matt Chandler on John 15 – Linger Conference
This is for the days (and hours) you need a laugh. Sophie and Melanie don’t disappoint.
Practice Hospitality, Especially during COVID-19 – Rosaria Butterfield
When we feast on CNN instead of Scripture to ease the existential dread that captures our souls, we become useless, unable to help ourselves or our neighbors. Ephesians 2:10 reminds us that we are Christ’s workmanship, that we are “created in Christ Jesus for good works which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” No matter what you read or hear on the news, you are to take heart. Before COVID-19 became part of our vocabulary and nightmare, God prepared good works for the Christian to do.
The Furious Love of Jesus – Tim Keller sermon
An Easter Without Going to Church – Christianity Today
Recent encouragement from Wheaton College’s Esau McCaulley: “The church’s absence, its literal emptying, can function as a symbol of its trust in God’s ability to meet us regardless of the location. The church remains the church whether gathered or scattered.”
What is inspiring you lately?
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