Weekly Once-Over (08.15.2013)
Goal for Weekly Once-Over
Weekly Once-Over is our weekly recap of some great blog posts that we've seen this past week that have been helpful. Our hope is that they would benefit you in someway. Each Thursday of every week you will see a post that has links to different blog posts. Enjoy!
Weekly Once-Over (08.15.13):
What Is the Unforgivable Sin?: What is the unforgivable sin that Jesus talks about? Have you ever wrestled with this question?
The Only String Attached to the Gospel: "Over the past decade, youth ministry has benefited from insightful analysis about the church's inability to raise lasting disciples of Christ. Amid the many factors contributing to teenage wandering from the faith, none is more critical than the absence of the full gospel in youth ministry. Simply put, too often our youth hear a gospel with strings attached."
Why Do We Need Physical Rest?: Matt Capps writes a great blog post on the importance of resting well.
The Problem with the Child free Life: "In her cover article Lauren Sandler offers a vivid glimpse into the fast-growing world of women "having it all without having children."
When Not to Multiply a Gospel Community: "In the last post, (Todd Engstrom) pointed out when you should multiply a missional community. This time around, he will do the opposite of that – when you shouldn’t. If you cast a vision for multiplication and value it, often times people and communities will want to multiply but they probably shouldn’t do it. Below are a few common times when that may be the case."
The Beginners Guide to Interpreting Old Testament Law: The Old Testament law is much more than a list of dos and don’ts. How we interpret it makes a world of difference—it affects the entirety of our life. So, what Old Testament laws should Christians obey?