Five posts worth a read on: pastors’ salary, emotional dysregulation, the Psalms and depression, catechism songs, and figure skating not being a sport.
How well should pastors be paid? Favorite line of this post from Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr. “There is nothing spiritual about driving a rundown car, or eating beans and rice, nothing unspiritual about going out to dinner or owning a well made suit.”
Experiencing a little emotional dysregulation? You may not be familiar with the term, but you’ve likely seen it in action.
The Psalmist’s rich view of depression. “It’s interesting to ponder the Psalms and how they view “depression.” It is such a rich view. Honestly, it makes a DSM-V view of depression seem quite flat and shallow by comparison.”
Songs for Saplings. Okay, not really something to read, but too good not to share. They say music for kids, but I enjoy the songs as much as my kiddos do (if not more).
Is figure skating a sport? If ever I felt compelled to write on this topic, most of what is contained in this post is almost exactly what I would have said.