5 Secrets of George Washington’s Leadership—Dave Schroeder
Loved this post from Dave.
As a student of American History, I find it fascinating to learn from key figures who have shaped our nation over the past almost 250 years.
Reading about FDR, Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt, Reagan, Kennedy, Jefferson, and Jackson is intriguing and each one has many admirable qualities. Each has shaped the nation based on the circumstances presented before them.
There is one who set the precedent for all of them, though: George Washington.
How Many Millennials are Evangelical in Name Only?—Chelsen Vicari
More often than not, I find myself agreeing with the content of Chelsen’s articles but disliking her tone and combativeness. The same applies here. She’s right, she’s just too snarky about it for my tastes.
Too many influential Evangelicals are willing to compromise anything that current culture dictates. This is cause for concern since the future of the family, missions, cultural health and success will be shaped by the worldview of Millennial Evangelicals. Current trends, unfortunately, suggest that much of the next generation of leaders is Evangelical in name only.
7 Questions to Ask to Avoid Romance Novel Christianity—Aaron Earls
Good stuff from Earls today.
What happens when you spend all your time thinking about something without actually doing it?
One of the dangers of romance novels is that the reader becomes so interested in reading about fictional romance, that they forget to actually experience real romance.
Readers are swept away by the stories, the emotions of the characters and find themselves “living” within the imaginary world. All the while, they are missing out on actual relationships because those do not seem to live up to the ones in the novels.
Be sure to tune in to the #ERLCSummit on race today. If you’re attending, let’s hang out! It’s in my building.
KINDLE DEAL: Surprised by Grace by Tullian Tchividjian ($1.99)
I am colorblind. I want to see the colors of a sunset. Buy these for me?
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