5 top Christian blog posts of the week—posts on prayer, parents/children/and porn, black history month, leadership, and more…
Does God Enjoy Your Prayers?
John Starke writes honestly about a question we all ponder when we pray—does God really enjoy listening to our prayers? Find out the answer in Faith to Believe God Enjoys My Prayers.
When You’re Child Looks at Pornography
Your child stands shivering before your says, “I didn’t tell you before, because I was too afraid, but I looked at pornography a month ago, sort of for a few days in a row.” What are you supposed to say? At Covenant Eyes, John Ford addresses this question in How to React the First Time Your Child Admits to Watching Porn.
Black History Month: John Chavis
Pastor Kevin DeYoung highlights a hero of the Black Church for Black History Month in his summary of the life and ministry of John Chavis. Read DeYoung’s biographical summary in Black History Month: John Chavis.
3 Problems with Being Too Nice as a Leader
Shouldn’t leaders always be “nice”? Depends on how you define “nice” and what motivates the “niceness.” Ron Edmonson explores these thoughts in 3 Problems with Being Too Nice as a Leader.
Caring for Widows
Widows and their care figure prominently in the agenda that God has set for His church. One of the earliest problems that arose in the Apostolic church was that the widows were being neglected. And if that was a problem in the first-century church, how much more likely is it that we, twenty centuries later, would be guilty of neglecting the widows in our midst?
Continue reading Caring for Widows.
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