There is a lot of garbage on the internet, as well as a lot of good, biblical, edifying, thought-provoking stuff. This is a place for the latter. This is stuff that I have found helpful, interesting, or otherwise noteworthy this week.
“Everybody Dies, But Not Everybody Lives” – Rob and Terri Stellrecht are facing what every parents dreads: the death of a child. Their 12-year-old son, Trent, was killed in a skiing accident. This is their testimony to God’s grace in the midst of what will likely end up being the greatest trial of their lives.
Eight Tips for Talking to Kids about the Sermon – Good, practical advice for how to engage your kids in talking about the sermon at church.
Signs of Growing in Grace – Scotty Smith has some convicting and encouraging words for us on how to know if we are growing as Christians.
Free Audiobook – Every month, Christian Audio makes one their books available for free. This month, they are offering R.C. Sproul’s The Holiness of God. It is free. It is a classic. What are you waiting for?
Ten Reasons to Be Optimistic about the Pro-Life Movement – Trevin Wax with some good insights into our nation’s current view of abortion – and how it may be (and, in some cases, is) changing for the better.
God Saves Us from Himself – A great quote and reminder from Michael Horton (via Zach Nielsen), with some Piper thrown in for good measure. “God saved us from himself in order to save us for himself forever.”