Links We Love

The following links are articles or websites that we have been blessed by over the past few weeks and we wanted to share them with you. If you have any articles or websites that have particularly ministered to you this week we would love to hear about them!

Jesus-Centered Parenting in a Child-centered World: The Gospel Coalition This 7-session study by J.D. and Veronica Greear focuses on training children for the mission God has for them.”Good gospel teaching is explaining to kids what they see lived out on a daily basis.Furthermore, gospel-training must always be given in the context of mission. Gospel instruction divorced from mission leads to boredom and stagnation. After all, how can we really believe the gospel and not be on mission? We have to show kids that believing the gospel launches them into the greatest adventure in the universe.”

Echo Prayer App This app was designed to provide a space to keep all prayer needs and to create a helpful way to be reminded to pray for those needs throughout the day. We love this app for the clean design and easy usability.

FREE EBOOK: Good: The Joy of Christian Manhood and Womanhood  This new free ebook is “a unique volume from 14 different contributors who set out to cast a vision for manhood and womanhood that is rooted more in beauty than mere ideology, more in gladness than mere position. This book’s aim is to capture and highlight this indispensable accent for an emerging generation of Christians.”

How To Read Better: A Conversation between Trillia Newbell & Kate Shellnut Kate is an associate editor at Christianity Today. She sat down with Trillia Newbell to discuss the rise of female writers and how to become a better reader.

Dating Advice You Actually Need How can you have a Christian dating relationship that is continually centered on Christ? Derek Rishmawy provides very helpful insight: “Over the years I’ve come to see that there is one key mark of a maturing relationship centered and continually centering itself on Christ: both of you are absolutely committed to each other’s involvement in the local church.”

How Stewarding Wealth Impacts Studying the Bible Jen Wilkin shares on the relevance of the parable of the talents for today’s Christian. “Let it be said that we understood the great responsibility of having been given much – that we used the gifts of access, education and time to plumb the depths of the mysteries of God as revealed in His Word, and that the transforming results paid a dividend to the ends of the earth.”

 

 

 

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