Audio is now available from the Sovereign Grace Ministries Pastors Conference.
This was really helpful for me. In the past couple of months the Lord has changed the way I think about blogging. Tony Reinke helps to confirm that by his message at the Band of Bloggers gathering: How can bloggers steward the teaching of the young, old, and dead?
Dan Phillips makes an excellent point with this one: Porn and paper pastors. This article is not about pornography or pastors that struggle with pornography. This article is about those that follow “paper pastors” instead of the one’s that God has given them.
Last week I linked to Kevin DeYoung’s series on high places. A couple days ago he put up his final one, Part 5: Prayerlessness.
The video for LeCrae’s Don’t Waste Your Life is now available:
NFL Draft is this weekend. I am going to be really sad when the Browns trade Brady Quinn, Braylon Edwards, and who knows who else to get a host of rookies that will be traded in two more years for another host of rookies. Still wondering why I was happy when the Browns signed Mangini as their coach.
I thought this was a pretty good summary by John Samson on the 5 Big Myths About Calvinism. I’m sure an Arminian could easily write 5 Myths about Arminians as well. But articles like these are beneficial to keep us from discussing around the issues and burning straw men in the process.
What we’ve seen in our churches is now proven in statistics: The SBC is continuing to decline says Ed Stetzer.
Thoughtful article by C. Michael Patton on The Forgotten Pulpit. (And he means pulpit literally).
Alongside The Gospel Coalition, D.A. Carson and John Piper had an evening session about The pastor as Scholar and The Scholar as Pastor. Thankfully Andy Naselli live-blogged it here.
If you get a chance watch Piper’s message from The Gospel Coalition: