Well, it’s the end of the week and time to share some blogs that I’ve read over the past week. It is my joy to share them with you, and I pray that God moves in you as He did in me when I first read them.
- Hannah Anderson with The Walking Wounded. Hannah gives some great insight and wisdom for Conservatives and Liberals alike when it comes to responding to Millennials leaving the church.
“Because as quickly as their experience will enable them to spot a false gospel, it will just as quickly make it difficult for them to embrace the truth.”
- Russell Moore with What Martin Luther King Can Teach Us About Preaching. Everyone needs to read this. Even if you’re not a pastor, preacher, or teacher.
“I wonder how much weightier our preaching would be if we remembered to thunder God’s justice, while always following with God’s welcome, through the proclamation of a God who in the crucified Christ is both just and the justifier of the one who has faith in Jesus.”
- Lauren DeMoss with The World’s a Stage. I get it, everyone’s tired of Miley Cyrus blogs, but you need to read this one.
“My heart is broken for the wide-eyed little girls in the audience of that [Miley Cyrus] performance and many others just like it.”
- Jenny LaBahn with Finding Fruit in Difficult Seasons.
“My fruit will look like a faith that remains, even when everything inside of me is shaking and crying.”
- Seth Haines with Watching the Parade. Seth Haines’s analysis of recent current events surrounding Miley Cyrus and Syria is just brilliant. And as an added bonus, this post also has the best partial comment:
“What do you expect? Miley Cyrus to enter stage in a lovely cardigan and then read Tennyson on the mic?”
This week’s Tweet of the Week:
The Gospel is not: slap on a second coat of morality. It's the varnish of a freed life given by a blooded Savior and His empty tomb.
— Love Me Last (@LoveMeLastBand) August 25, 2013