Happy Monday to you all. As many of you start your workweek, here are some ways for you to take some time out for time-pass at the office.
5 heart-piercing, thought-provoking articles
Should we pray for the defeat of ISIS, or for their gospel-transformation?
An excellent question in a tough situation and the author nails it right on the head. This is especially written in light of the 21 Christians who were beheaded at the hands of the ISIS last weekend.
Do we deserve heaven?
Here is another excellent question brought by the author. If you are thinking that what you are doing for God is actually gaining you any favor, this article will hit you like a ton of bricks. Just a warning.
Who are you married to?
Are you seeing a pattern here? This article will help you understand what it would be like to be married to two different husbands – Mr. Law and Mr. Grace.
Communing with Christ on a crazy day
We all have them. We all try to avoid them. We all hate when they come. But what do we do about them? The author gives us 5 ways that we can still engage with our relationship with Christ, even in the really crazy busy days.
How Bible translators rely on IT
For the many of you who are working in IT, you may be thinking that your work is mundane and can have no value for the kingdom of God. Here are some folks who are using their talents and knowledge for the spread of the gospel in unreached places. Can you see yourself here?
Verse of the week:
Galatians 2:20 (ESV)
I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.
What should a church look like? Is it merely just coming together a couple times a week for worship? Or is it meant to be much more than that. The New Testament paints a different picture than the one the church is experiencing today. The church is a community, a life-on-life ministry where we are serving and loving one another in our daily lives. This video gives us a glimpse into what that church life will look like.