Wednesday Web Wandering: May 28, 2014

6a00d8341ca51553ef017d3c7b250c970c-450wiFor your edification and enjoyment…


What I’ve Learned in Twenty Years of Marriage (Russell Moore) “I love sitting down with her to remember that it doesn’t matter to me what anyone thinks of me or my ministry, as long as I please the King I pledged my life to in the baptistery of that little church and the girl I pledged my life to at the altar.”

God Will Give You Everything You Need (Desiring God) “…what does it mean when he says “all these things” will be provided for you?”

Americans Claim to Attend Church More Than They Do (Michael Paulson) “A new study, released Saturday, suggests that the gradual secularization of the nation has not eliminated the perceived social desirability of going to church, and the result is that Americans exaggerate their religious behavior.”

Are We Christians Good Neighbors? (Thabiti Anyabwile) “The reason there are fewer and fewer true neighborhoods is because there are fewer and fewer true neighbors.”

Making Friends But Not Disciples (Trevin Wax) “Don’t wait too long to talk about Jesus.”



Upcoming Conference in Richmond… Ladies, you will want to check this out!

Into the Neighborhood present Jen Hatmacker–RVA Under Construction

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