Archive for February, 2013

Feb 11

The Link List, 2/11/13

2013 | by Trent Hunter | Category: Link List

One of our purposes on this blog is to point out some of the better resources around the web in a given week. The Link List is a new way of getting that done. Here’s the first installment!

Advice For Parenting Young Kids” (Steve McCoy)

A pastor from Illinois and father of four shares some wise counsel for parents of young children.

Do You Know Your Neighbors’ Names?” (Justin Taylor)

Are you eager to do something big and evangelistic? Here’s an idea.

How’s Your Bible Reading Going?” (Ryan Kelly)

Why is it hard for me to read my Bible? Ryan Kelly offers a few suggestions for why we struggle with Bible reading and offers help for pursuing God through his Word.

What is Church Membership?” (9Marks Ministries)

DSC’s Membership Class, Knowing Christ, Knowing the Church, began this past week. Be in prayer for those taking the class, and consider the wisdom of God’s plan to redeem people to himself for a people for his name.

Confessions from a New Mom’s Devotional Life” (Sharon Miller)

A new mom reflects on how the pressures of parenting impact how she approaches Bible reading.

Happy 100th Birthday, Mrs. Parks,” Justin Taylor

Here’s a nice write up by Justin Taylor about the story of Civil Rights heroine, Rosa Parks.

Feb 4

Good Words About Words from Paul Tripp

2013 | by Trent Hunter | Category: Clarus 13

One of Paul Tripp’s many books is a book about words: War of Words: Getting to the Heart of Your Communication Struggles. For as much as we use words, we don’t think about how we use them nearly enough. But, as James reminds us, the tongue is a restless evil (3:8), yet God has given it to us that we might bless him with it and give grace to others.

Here’s a short video of Paul Tripp speaking about how we can use our words to speak truth in love.

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Paul Tripp is speaking at Desert Springs Church at Clarus, from March 8-10. Visit the Clarus site to learn more about Paul Tripp and to register.