Flotsam & Jetsam (3/13)

Let Me Entertain You… – An awesome “mini-rant” from Persis on the seeker-sensitive church movement.

Book Review: Work Matters – Josh reviews Tom Nelson’s book, and heartily recommends it as “a great resource for men and women who have long felt that Sunday sermons have no impact on the workweek.”

The Part of the Gospel Nobody Preaches – Reason #3,456 that I love reading Michael Wright’s blog. Well said, indeed.

Get Real – Joel McDurmon writes, “God did not design you to be a passive loaf absorbing the airs of the environment until you’re stale and molded (common after-effects of too much entertainment). God created you to take dominion over what He puts in front of you: your work, your family, yourself, your community. You are created to contribute, to work, to help.”

Ruffled Feathers – If you’re at all familiar with Angry Birds, you’ll get a kick out of this.

God Wants To Fix Your Transmurner Before You Ask Him – I love this post. “In prayer, God does not want to be known as a genie in a bottle or a sugar daddy. In prayer, God wants us to display how utterly dependent we are on His gracious Fatherly hand.”

“Grace is the pleasure of God to magnify the worth of God by giving sinners the right and power to delight in God without obscuring the glory of God.” ~ John Piper

6 thoughts on “Flotsam & Jetsam (3/13)”

  1. Reason 5,239 to like reading your blog.

    Great links, as usual. The one on prayer was extremely good, something I haven’t really thought much about before.

    Thanks for throwing mine in the mix, I appreciate it. (Not sure where you got all of those reasons however…)

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