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Saturday Links

Curated links for your weekend reading: 3 Practical Steps for Reaching the Mission Field in Your Neighborhood Three practical steps will help you reach the mission field in your backyard. 6 Lessons for Tending Your Time What can us schedulers learn from farmers and gardeners? Yes, You Need to Talk to the Manager When strivings for justice lose hope, they become weaker, not stronger. How Charles Spurgeon Promoted Meaningful Membership How did Spurgeon practice meaningful m...
Tags: Featured, Life, Links, Canada, Ontario, Charles Spurgeon, Spurgeon, Ed Stetzer, Arnold Dallimore


Biographies for People Who Have Never Read a Biography

I n recent weeks I’ve encountered a number of people who have never read a biography. While there’s no law commanding the reading of biographies, there are certainly many good reasons to make them a regular part of a reading diet. Today I want to offer just a few suggestions and recommendations for people who are approaching biography for the first time, or for the first time in a long while. Three Tips I’ll begin with a few suggestions for getting started in biography. Firs...
Tags: Books, China, India, Articles, America, Blogging, Winston Churchill, Biography, William Hague, Calvin, Murray, Tom, John Piper, Edwards, John MacArthur, Charles Spurgeon


The Message That Moved the SBC

J ust a little over thirty years ago, the fate of the SBC hung in the balance. It seemed as though it was going to adapt to the times and embrace theological liberalism, just as countless denominations had done in the U.S.. But at the 1985 SBC Convention in Dallas, Texas, a 75-year-old minister stepped to the podium and decided to take a stand. His message is the next entry in the Great Sermon Series. This video is brought to you in part by the Southern Baptist Theological Sem...
Tags: England, China, India, Jerusalem, America, Blogging, United States, Moon, Dallas, Christ, Vlog, Genesis, Elliott, Tim, Abraham, Dallas Texas


10 Books Every Christian Should Read

I believe that of all the questions I receive, the most common relate to books. What are some books I ought to read? Can you recommend a book on this subject or that subject? What should I read next? I’m happy to answer such questions, but thought I might be able to answer a bunch at once by suggesting 10 books that every Christian ought to read. Transcript As you can probably imagine, I get a lot of feedback from people who watch these videos, people who read my websi...
Tags: Blogging, Whitney, Christ, Nancy, Piper, Vlog, John Piper, John MacArthur, Owen, Spurgeon, MacArthur, Justin Taylor, Packer, Jerry Bridges, Francis Schaeffer, Schaeffer


A Source of Stability and Strength (Christian Men and Their Godly Moms)

L ife is too difficult for us to do it on our own. We are too weak, too unwise, too full of sin. Thankfully, God does not intend for us to carry out the Christian life independently. Instead, he gives us the strength, the wisdom, and the godliness of other Christians so they can bear our burdens, address our folly, and model what it means to be holy. Some of us depend upon friends, pastors, or spouses to be our dearest spiritual instructors, to help guide and ground us. Some are ...
Tags: England, London, Mothers, Women, Articles, America, Society, Blogging, Oxford, God, John, Charles, Christ, Hall, Jesus Christ, Samuel


The Power of a Pleading Mother (Christian Men and Their Godly Moms)

H is name was known around the world. Crowds flocked to his church to hear him preach, and everywhere else people devoured the printed editions of her sermons. When he died, 60,000 admirers filed past his casket and 100,000 lined his funeral route. Even today, people visit his grave to pay tribute. Even more read his books and are inspired by his sermons. Yet before Charles Spurgeon was The Prince of Preachers, he was a young boy in the arms of a godly mother. Amid all his succes...
Tags: Parenting, Mothers, Articles, Blogging, God, John, Charles, Christ, Jesus Christ, Charles Spurgeon, Eliza, Baxter, Spurgeon, Fullerton, Essex England, Charles Haddon Spurgeon