Five links that I think I worth your time…
Exploitation and a call to pastors. You need to get to know Raleigh Sadler. Not just because of who he is (he really is a swell guy) but because of his passion to see human trafficking come to an end. This post is calling pastors to action, but it applies to everyone. As an added bonus, he quotes a friend, groomsman, and college roommate of mine.
Then God showed up. It was one of those Sundays. Bob Kellemen provides a God centered view of how to respond when nearly everything does not go according to plan.
Has Jephthah been maligned? Admittedly, I have viewed Jephthah as a scoundrel, foolish, and unwise. Dr. David Murray takes that view to task in convincing fashion.
Location, location, location. Paul David Tripp invites you to see how location matters to followers of Christ.
Lent to Maundy Thursday. Page CXVI is mere days away from releasing their new album “Lent to Maundy Thursday”. You will know most, if not all, of these songs. But, they are slightly tweaked and/or repackaged. Consider it a refreshing of some songs. This is the latest in their series of albums following the church calendar, their previous album was “Advent to Christmas.” A really well done album leading you to the cross. Here’s a behind the scenes look at the making of “Lent to Maundy Thursday.”