Posted On November 22, 2014

The Daily Roundup: 22 November 2014

by | Nov 22, 2014 | Biblical Worldview, Uncategorized

Mom Enough (New Book) – “Mom Enough: The Fearless Mother’s Heart and Hope, is a rich collection of gospel truth from Rachel Jankovic, Gloria Furman, Rachel Pieh Jones, Christine Hoover, Carolyn McCulley, Trillia Newbell, and Christina Fox.” Download it for free.

Evangelism Isn’t as Scary as You Think It Is – “Whether we’re hoping to witness to a child, to a friend, or to a complete stranger, may the Holy Spirit grant us the courage to live lives of gospel intentionality — humbly and prayerfully seizing opportunities to speak of our great Savior.”

Thankfulness: Deep, Loud, & Dangerous – “Scripture has plenty to say on this subject. Among other things, it tells us that thankfulness is deeper, louder, and more dangerous than we might think.”

One Nation Under…? – “Whatever we once were we need to return to. The only solution for this nation (and every other nation) is to return to the authority of God’s Word as the foundation for our individual and cultural worldviews. As Psalm 11:3 states, “If the foundations are destroyed, what can the righteous do?”

The Seven Deadly Sins in a Digital Age: 2. Gluttony – “Email, and smartphones, and even Facebook and Twitter, can be fantastically useful. But many of us are painfully aware that they waste us at least as much time as they save us. We must learn to consciously ask ourselves, “When does it make sense to use this? Why am I using it now? What am I using it for?” and to ruthlessly restrain ourselves when we can’t give a good answer to these questions; only by doing this can we retrain our habits to overcome digital lust and gluttony.”

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