This isn’t the first time that Ray Ortlund’s expression for Christian discipleship has been shared here; but he’s posted it again recently, so why not? Listening to conversations about how churches can produce and measure spiritual growth is wearying; especially conversations devoid of mention of Holy Spirit, grace, corporate worship, and assurance. Those sorts of …

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A post that features some of the wisdom Zack Eswine gleaned from Charles Spurgeon about helping those who endure seasons of depression. Here Eswine unfolds four points from Spurgeon about the origins of ‘the tendency of impatient care toward depression’ as he seeks to express some dos and don’ts for helping sufferers. 1. We judge …

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Don’t rush through a book by Will Willimon. (Even though he seems to produce a lot in print, especially lately) That way you delay the feeling of mild sadness that there’s no more left when you finish reading. From Leading With The Sermon, Willimon provides another proposal about how disciples of Jesus can train themselves …

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2020 is a year which is being consciously experienced as a season of deferred or cancelled plans. This does not mean that our lives are on hold, waiting for a return to normal before we can start our lives again. Rather we are living right now, albeit in ways that we had not anticipated or …

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