Wednesday Links

Here are a few links to some things you might have missed, or at least ones that caught my attention this past week:

1. Small Church Pastors: A Tribute to the Forgotten Heroes

I love this so much. There is very much, I think, the larger church can learn from these faithful small church pastors.

2. We Need Wisdom, Not Just Commands

This article will help you see the difference between “knowledge” and “lived knowledge.” I would also argue that wisdom is one of the reasons we need intergenerational churches.

3. When Your Son Needs Fatherly Approval

There is tremendous power in these simple words: “I’m proud of you, son.”

4. The Story Behind the Most Decorated Military Unit in US History

What a story. The 442nd Regimental Combat Team, an all-Japanese-American regiment that, during World War II, became the most decorated unit in U.S. history—a distinction it still holds.

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