I have remained active in the cause to save unborn children through different ways over the years, and I am grateful to God beyond measure for the opportunity to speak about the incredible value of life in my role as president of LifeWay. Seeing statistics and articles like this both encourages me and compels me to continue to speak on behalf of the unborn. Every life is beautiful.
In the hustle and bustle of our culture, hospitality has taken a bit of a backseat to efficiency. While efficiency is still important in many respects, hospitality– going that extra mile, taking that extra amount of care– within both our culture and the local church has fallen flat in many respects. Jeff examines the biblical root for hospitality and three ways to make your church more hospitable.
A lot is being said in the church context about gospel-centeredness. To some it may seem like the use of that phrase implies things which have come before weren’t gospel-centered, but that is assuredly not the intent. Eric provides an extensive list of phrases and the biblical context in which to more fully understand their meaning.
Today Was Supposed to Be My Wedding Day — M. Connor
Marriage is under attack in our nation from both cultural and political forces. However, this article is a refreshing change of pace in the current conversation and tells of the power of Christ to rescue a broken marriage before it even began. M. Connor’s story is one of grace, goodbyes, and the gospel. And like many marriage stories, it’s one with an happy, although unexpected, ending.
I’ve written before regarding my penchant for using correct grammar. This article from the New York Times provides nearly everything there is to know about comma usage and how to avoid errors.
Following up on yesterday’s post on happiness, a recent study showed parents to be happier than non-parents. In my personal experience, I’ve found that grandparents are happier than the parents as well.