This is our weekly roundup of links for 2/12/2018-2/19/2018 from around the web. We hope you find the following articles helpful to your growth in godliness.

Articles from Around the Internet:

1) Repenting of Confirmation Bias Christianity by Jared C. Wilson over at TGC.

2) Why Do Christians Still Die? by David Murray over at Tabletalk Magazine.

3) Why Hospitality Is Vital to Church Planting by Tony Merida over at TGC.

Our writing team writes all over the internet for a variety of publications like Desiring God, TGC, and much here.

1) How Reading Poetry Can Change Your Life by Timothy Massaro over at Core Christianity.

2) You Can Trust God With Your Unborn Child by Lara d’Entremont over at Unlocking the Bible.

3) Three Reasons Every Christian Needs to Use the Creeds by Timothy Massaro over at Core Christianity.

4) Five Basics of Biblical Interpretation by Dave Jenkins over at For the Church.

5) When God’s Love Is Confusing by Christina Fox over at True Woman.

6) The Nearness of God in our Struggle with Sin by Christy Britton over at Morning by Morning. 

7) Adversity Is Hard. But Advertisy Is a Gift. by Christy Britton over at the Intersect Project.

Top Articles on Servants of Grace this week.

The top ten most read articles and media content on our website this past week.

  1. Engaging with God: A Foray into Prayer and Spiritual Warfare.
  2. A Lament for Valentines’ Day by Gaye Clark.
  3. An Unchanging God in Changing Times by Dave Jenkins.
  4. Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions About Life and Sexuality by Nancy Pearcey reviewed by David Steele.
  5. What is True Love? by Justin Huffman.
  6. Episode 128: Dave Furman– Kiss the Wave: Embracing God in Your Trials.
  7. Episode 5- The Why and How of Daily Bible Reading.
  8. A Right View of God and His Word by James Williams.
  9. You Can Trust God’s Design for Sex by Paul David Tripp.
  10. Rejoice, Pray, Give Thanks: A Way of Life in Christ by Charlie Handren.

Quote: “A cheap Christianity, without a cross, will prove in the end a useless Christianity, without a crown.” – J. C. Ryle