Here are a few links to some things you might have missed, or at least ones that caught my attention this past week:
This is a good word from Russell Moore. It’s part personal reflection, part exhortation, and as he says, children’s Sunday school can be a matter of life and death.
86% of American households own at least one Bible, but only 1 in 7 adults read it daily. Trevin Wax writes here about how to immerse yourself in the Scriptures.
Here’s one: “Tolkien claims the idea for his first famous fantasy novel, The Hobbit, came to him suddenly while he was grading student essay exams. He took out a blank piece of paper and wrote, ‘In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit.'”
This is good advice, not only for pastors, but for all of us when we are trying to bring about change in an environment.
This is a cool little commercial, especially if you’ve been to Disney before.