Food for Thought

A weekly collection of articles from the web

Food for Thought, 09.04.18

Be a Missionary, Not a Marketer: Jesus Christ came to the utmost of sinners bearing the utmost hope. Do not expect marketing to bring them to you. Regret and Hope When a Child Goes to College: Last week, my wife and I dropped our firstborn off at college. I wasn’t prepared for the surprise attack of regret. […]

Food for Thought, 07.31.18

Seven Satanic Strategies: “The Dragon in Revelation has seven diadems (12:3). For James Jordan, these correspond to the seven names Satan has in the book, and thus to the different ways in which Satan attacks the Church:” Give Your Children All of Your Attention. Some of the Time.: “Your necessary distractions can actually help your […]

Food for Thought, 07.24.18

Kids and Technology: “Here’s a question I was asked most recently in South Africa, but which I’ve been asked all over the world: What can you say about that tricky relationship between kids and technology?” Parents, Sports, & Sunday: “By choosing sports over church involvement, what are you teaching your children about what you value […]

Food for Thought, 07.03.18

Thoughts from around the web for your week! Hope for People with Food Allergies: “It’s no mistake that sin began with food and that its abolition will culminate in the marriage supper of the Lamb.” Parents, Don’t Waste Your Lazy Summer Days: “Is it really such a bad thing to have wide open spaces in […]

Food for Thought, 06.26.18

Aging in Hope!: The hope of the resurrection lies at the heart of the way in which Christians embody the practices of growing old. Specific Ways You Can Pray for Your Pastor Baptism & The Lord’s Supper Explained: There are two questions that will help Christians understand baptism and the Lord’s Supper: what is the gospel, and […]

Food for Thought, 05.01.18

Better Together: “It is clear that men and women need each other if they are to accomplish the task God gave humanity to fill and subdue the earth, bringing glory to God in the process.” You Were Made to Play: “Productivity loses its power when we lose the ability to play. We’ve become too narrow to […]

Food for Thought, 04.24.18

Great thoughts for your Tuesday afternoon! Spring Sports and Sunday Church: “Five suggestions for parents” Don Whitney on Family Worship: “What advice would you give a young couple struggling with family worship?” You Never Outgrow the Gospel: “…Jerry Bridges tells the story of his coming to realize the relevance of the gospel for his own […]

Food for Thought, 04.17.18

Check out these articles from around the web! Why You Have That Thorn: “This is the reason we have our thorns. They are weakeners that strengthen us. Without them, we would choose a weaker strength and miss experiencing the glory of God’s powerful grace and realize lesser joys as a result.” How can parents have a […]

Food for Thought, 04.10.18

Great articles for your week, from around the web! How to Be a Better Boaster: Know that this is satire as you begin reading it, but then see if there are ways that you may be tempted to do these very things. Who Causes Your Suffering?: “When suffering comes to us, we naturally — instinctively — want […]

Food for Thought, 04.04.18

Children Need a Crisis of Faith: “It was on the troubled sea, not on the tranquil sea, where the disciples began to grasp what faith really means.” Train Up Your Children…But Remember, It’s God Who Saves Them: “He can save our children and desires to save them far far more than we do, and he is not […]