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How to Make the Most of Your Bible Study—Jen Wilkin
I wrote a similar post a couple of weeks ago. You must do more than read Scripture. You must engage it.
We are pulled in many directions: work, family, ministry, fitness and many other activities tug at our schedules. The more we are tugged, the more we have to work to guard the time we give to personal study of our Bibles. When we are at last able to sit down to read, we want every precious minute to count. Whether we have 15 minutes or two hours, we want our efforts to yield the most benefit possible. But how can we make the most of the time we have to read and study?
10 Myths About Evangelicals Debunked—Corrie Mitchell
LOVE THIS POST. This is HUGE from Corrie. Follow her, by the way. She’s awesome.
Too often, evangelicals are defined by caricatures — depicting their conservative politics, superstar pastors, and general mindlessness. But those attributes do not an evangelical make. In the words of theology professor Michael Horton, “genuinely evangelical faith today is often found outside of the evangelical movement.”
Here are 10 things that address the many myths that people believe about evangelicals.
Hookup Culture—Donna Freitas
Urgent thoughts on Millennials and hookup culture here. Very important stuff. Spot on.
“Hooking up” has become a mainstay of college life. Sexualized relationships is part of the air Millennials breath. Permeating all facets of social life and discourse, casual sex has become the norm. But with liberation comes a cost; a new generation left wondering if sex is really anything more than a short-lived commodity. Donna Freitas, author of The End of Sex, talks about Millennial dissatisfaction with easy sex, and challenges us to consider what ways the church can counter this pervasive culture.
This is so old, but it gets me every time.