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

On the Nature and Frequency of the Celebration of the Lord’s Supper

Kim Riddlebarger argues for a weekly celebration. As intimated in Aiming to Please, I agree with him. I’m thankful that our church now celebrates monthly — that’s getting closer to the ideal.

Take Note: Types of Abusive Men

Shane Lems shares something insightful from Lundy Bancroft’s Why Does He Do That?

Evangelical minister jailed for child sex abuse

This one hits close to home. 3.5+ years in prison is a measure of justice on this earth. And also an act of love on the part of his victim — protecting others who might fall prey to Coleborn, as well as confronting him with the seriousness of his sin. If you can’t read the full story due to a paywall, this is about Christopher Coleborn, formerly a pastor in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, a conservative Australian denomination with whom the Free Reformed Churches have been having ecumenical discussions. He pled guilty to sexual abuse and was sentenced yesterday (Friday Nov. 10/23) for up to three years and eight months in prison.


With today being Remembrance Day, let me share something my Opa wrote a few years ago:

Angels from on High — A Remembrance Day Story