Each Saturday we point you to the best preaching, leadership, and ministry content we have encountered on the internet during the week.
Links of the Week
Leaders grossly underestimate the price they pay when they continually hit the snooze button on their alarm clocks.
The book Barnabas wrote before The Curious Christian is about faith, doubt, and questions. When thinking about questions, you either find the answer you’re looking for or it snowballs and leads you into more questions. While digging into that, Barnabas realized that people don’t know how to think about questions.
It’s one of the most famous stories in scripture.
It shows the character of Jesus just as much if not more than any other passage of scripture.
It’s been depicted in flannel graphs and precious moments Bibles for years.
It’s the story of Jesus calming the storm.
Recently, someone asked me, “Frank, the other day I heard someone say that you’ve changed your views on the church since writing Pagan Christianity. I’ve read your blog since you started it, and I’ve never read or heard you say that. I even remember you saying that you have NOT changed your views on the church. Can you clarify this?”
I compiled ten of the more common unspoken comments pastors wish they could express. They are in no particular order, and I have chosen not to offer further commentary to them.
The guys break down the United Airlines scandal and look at the ways we as pastors can learn from the situation.