How We Do Family Worship – Daniel Darling continues the Marriage/Parenting/Singleness series at Servants of Grace by looking at family worship.
Are We on the Verge of a Coming Familypocalypse? – “Dads should cherish and enjoy their families. They should long to be with them and feel pain when apart. They also should fight to keep families together through thick and thin. This conviction should be a shared conviction with all humanity. As humans, we should cherish the idea of family. Otherwise, how would we perpetuate and propagate our race? Yet, occasionally, I get this unsettled feeling in my soul, as I observe the culture around me, that these are not shared feelings.”
MANHOOD 101: Leadership – “When you look at leadership from the framework of the cross and as a calling from God, it is transformed into an act of service to God and others. Jesus, himself, said, “I did not come to be served, but to serve and give my life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). This overall mindset helps us avoid the danger of looking at our influence as something that will ultimately serve our own desires. If we desire to serve Christ through our leadership and our pursuing His call on our lives, we are now influencing others out of a desire to steward well.”
Learning How to Boast – “The Christian boast is that resolute focus on the unseen, the kind that politely chuckles at the days to come, the one that knows the mustard seed is small, but boy, the tree is huge, and God’s going to fill this earth with the knowledge of his glory like it’s water covering the seas.”
Rescuing Warriors from Muscular Christianity – “Muscular Christianity is a ridiculous and detestable overreaction to a real failure on the part of too many churches to treat spiritual warfare as seriously as it needs to be treated.”