07 April 2017

This 'n' That

Well, it's finally here. This weekend, several hundred women will gather in Florence, Kentucky, for the Defend: Answers for Women conference. I'm honored to be a returning speaker at this event and am looking forward to seeing old friends, making new ones, and engaging in some challenging and God-honoring conversations!

God, in His grace and wisdom, gave me a little lesson in dependence on Him this week. Over a week ago, I came down with a sinus infection, which quickly led to a cough and laryngitis that persisted throughout most of this week. I am cautiously optimistic now, as my voice has strengthened and is (I think) back to normal, but would greatly appreciate any extra prayers as I prepare to speak on Saturday morning. I pray He will be glorified, whether my voice is weak or strong!

As you can imagine, it's been a busy week, so let's get right down to business, shall we? Why not sip some tea (I've been sipping a lot of tea this week!) while you enjoy your week in review (kind of):
  • Can we trust the New Testament canon?
  • According to Luther, prayers should be often, short, and strong.
  • Parents, have you ever been faced with a child questioning whether their lost pet has gone to heaven? I thought this article addressed the question well.
  • Challies offers us a helpful quiz on the atonement.
  • "Rich store of every good kind abounds in [Christ]."
  • Good grief. This is lame.
  • Here's your weekly dose of adorable.
  • This looks like it will be a nice Bible once its released.
  • What does it mean to teach by allegorizing the Scriptures, and is that the right way to teach them?
  • Noah was a preacher of the faith:

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