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Great piece from a fellow SEBTSer on the importance of children and how we neglect them too often in our culture.
The war on children is as old as the garden. From the beginning, a great war on children was pronounced (Gen 3:15), and that war continues to the very end (Rev 12:1-5). Throughout history children have been pushed to the outskirts. Herod committed mass murder against little boys (Matt 2:16), and the disciples tried to keep children from approaching Jesus (Luke 18:15).
I really want to write on the same-sex marriage ruling, and hopefully in the next month or so I can find the time, but until then, I highly recommend this trove of resources.
The Gospel Coalition exists to serve the church. To help fulfill this mission, TGC has joined with the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention on Equip, a project to provide a broad range of resources on homosexuality and same-sex marriage issues to prepare your church for a changing culture.
I have tried to have a consistent mentor since I was in high school, and I have always loved having one. This is helpful on the dos and don’ts on a mentorship.
It used to be that you only had to dodge questions about whether you had a significant other at family gatherings, but nowadays you get to work and everyone wants to know about the status of that other must-have relationship. Do you have a mentor? What kinds of things do you do together? Does your mentor have a friend who can be my mentor? Maybe we could all double sometime.
This video really shows the amazing complexity of the human body, I think.