30/9 The Weekly Best

Where Did All These Calvinists Come From? – The contemporary resurgence of Calvinism is a phenomenon many celebrate, many lament, but none can deny. May Christ grant us grace to press forward in a hostile world with truth, humility, unity, and love.
Some Thoughts On The Recent Exit of Two Mega Church Pastors – “I offer these few thoughts with the sincere hope this makes all of us a little better in the church. I also offer it out of a deep love and respect for Perry, Pete and all of you in church leadership.”
Justin Bieber Play ‘I Could Sing of Your Love Forever’ on the Purpose Tour – It is interesting watching pop stars integrate faith and fame, good on you Bieber for giving it a shot.
Info Graphic On The History Of Bible Software – It’s interesting to see when each software was released.
Sexist Pig Opens The Door For A Woman – These comics do give a glimpse of truth into the strange things people believe.
How An Affair Really Begins – it is a slippery slope people.

23/9 The Weekly Best

RUOK? What To DO When Someone Says ‘No’ – A very simple and practical article outlining some helpful steps in dealing with people who aren’t in a good mental space.
6 Benefits Of Ordinary Daily Devotions – I have from time to time become deflated when my time with God wasn’t as moving as I had hoped.
Growing Old Or Growing Young? – Outlines 10 Myths of Church-based Ministry to younger people.
The Beginners Guide To Conflict Resolution – If you are looking for a good place to start, here are some helpful ideas to grab onto.
12 Myths About Calvinism – I just found this a helpfully clear article outlining some of the misconceptions around the theological position that is Calvinism.
Episode 10: Sex, Gender, and Frogs: An Interview with Patricia Weerakoon (1hr), Thinking Aloud A ToGCast – On the podcasts was a Sexologist who defines and clarifies all things relating to sexuality, gender and how the brain works.
Episode 382: Break Through Your Leadership Barriers // Craig Groeschel (45mins) – Anything Groeschel has to say I find very helpful, practical and relevant in the leadership context we find ourselves in.