Morning Mashup 10/2


Failure to Live on Mission is a Worship Problem – Trevin Wax: “A gospel-centered teacher isn’t satisfied to see his people learn truths about God. A gospel-centered leader wants them to feel those truths.”

Some Thoughts on Pope Francis – Russell Moore: “It’s another week and thus another interview with Pope Francis. This one, I’m sorry to say, is more than just confusing. It’s a theological wreck.”

Christian Companies Don’t Bow to HHS Mandate – David Green: “A new government health care mandate says that our family business must provide what I believe are abortion-causing drugs as part of our health insurance. Being Christians, we don’t pay for drugs that might cause abortions.”

The State of the Church in America: Hint: It’s Not Dying – Contrary to what some are saying, Ed Stetzer writes that the church is not dying in America.

Don’t Give Up – Jon Bloom wrote this over a year ago, but it still warms my heart and I know it will greatly encourage you to face today and everyday with full assurance in Christ alone.

Is Public School an Option? – Al Mohler addresses an important issue. It has benefited me to think through this debate even though my wife and I do not yet have children: “Should Christian parents send their children to the public schools? That question has emerged as one of the most controversial debates of our times. And yet, every family must come to terms with the issues involved in the public school debate—and fast.”

I offer my heart to you, O Lord, promptly and sincerely. –John Calvin


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