Here’s a list of articles and blog posts from around the web. Everything listed here was encouraging, helpful, or informative to me during the month of September. I hope it blesses you.
“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”– Philippians 4:8
Lots of good insights in this article, such as, “The world will tell you to accumulate influence and pursue your professional success, but you should ask yourself where the most kingdom fruit will come from.”
I love biblical archaeology and found this article interesting.
The seasons teach us a valuable lesson about God and hope.
So many of us lose our expectant zeal and zest for God, life, and the world around us as we grow older. In this article, Chris Thomas states, “In the things that matter most I long to be childish once again. To hear the words of Jesus, and feel his welcoming embrace, and simply stand with wide-eyed wonder and innocent acceptance.”
There are some Americans who don’t want to leave Afghanistan; namely, missionaries who have counted the cost and found sharing the gospel of Jesus more compelling than life itself.
An interesting article about men’s desire to avoid having children due to their growing concern about the future.
This one, by Sam Storms, discusses the absurd reality of the current abortion debate.