This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

How to Have an Elders’ Retreat

We have an annual leadership retreat at our church. It’s a good opportunity to learn and fellowship together at the beginning of each year. This post has some great tips.

Nonsense of the Quintessential Sort

MSNBC host who claims he “knows his Bible” says “Jesus said nothing about abortion.” Albert Mohler explains why this is preposterous. You can listen to the podcast or read the transcript.

A Closer Look at Hummingbird Tongue Design

I mentioned this in my sermon last Sunday afternoon. It’s an amazing little piece of God’s creation.

Peppa Pig propagandizes preschoolers

If you’ve got little ones, you ought to be paying attention to what they’re watching. Stuff like this is dangerous.


Two Relationship Cripplers

“As a pastor one of my chief goals is to see the believers entrusted to my care grow in having a vital relationship with God. I want to see the people in my church mature in a relationship of fellowship with him. Growing up in the church or being discipled in the church, there are habits we can pick up that can stand in the way of this growth. Today I want to look at two “relationship cripplers.” Both of these have to do with one of the chief ways in which our relationship with God comes to expression on a daily basis: prayer. Every healthy relationship includes communication, and prayer is the biblically-ordained means by which we communicate in our relationship with God.”