Here are 12 articles for your information, edification, entertainment, and enjoyment to start your week. Have a great Monday!
A Living Nightmare for Iraqi Christians – Helpful history of Iraqi Christians and ISIS with a plea to the international community.
Reading the Bible Like Jonathan Edwards – Kyle Strobel: “Means of grace are meant to orient us to Jesus so our hearts pour out in love and affection to him.”
The Cross and the Molotov Cocktail – A truly challenging and helpful read. You will be greatly moved.
Pray for Ferguson – Philip Holmes with sobering words on how to pray for Ferguson, MO.
The Roots of Violence in Ferguson – “Clashes between protesters and law-enforcement officials over the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown began again on Saturday morning. Residents say the tension between the city’s police and citizens is longstanding.”
Michael Brown is Your Neighbor – D.A. Horton: “I want to unveil to those saints on the sideline how they can engage in front line participation before, during and after national moments of social injustice arise. The reason why we, as the Body of Christ, must engage is because acts of social injustice are direct attacks on the gospel.”
Ferguson Cleanup Organized by Church Planters – NAMB Send North America church planters in St. Louis organize a cleanup of Ferguson following looting and rioting in light of the shooting of Michael Brown.
5 Facts About Suicide in the United States – Joe Carter with a very informative post about suicide in America.
On Suicide, Gratitude, and Compassion – Jen Wilkin openly and honestly writes about suicide, Robin Williams, and appropriate response to both.
Five Principles of the New Sexual Morality – Alastair Roberts insightfully lays out the core principles of the new sexual and relational morality that is shaping much of the Western world. What do most Westerners think about sex? Roberts nails it.
The Preacher You May or May Not Know – He survived brain cancer and leads a church of 11,000, but have you heard of him?
Google Used to be Called WHAT? – The original names of 23 iconic brands. Seriously, I cannot imagine what life would be like had Google kept its original name.
A man may have enough of the world to sink him, but he can never have enough to satisfy him. –Thomas Brooks