Food for Thought

A weekly collection of articles from the web

Food For Thought, 3.15.19

Wisely Timed Words “Wisely-timed words infuse a person with hope, but poorly timed words drive a deep wedge between people. They divide mother and daughter, husband and wife, boss and employee, ministry leader and volunteer.” Some Recommended Bedtime Reading for Your Small Children “These books provide great source material for dealing with hard topics (failure, […]

Food For Thought 3.8.19

Hey everyone! Each week we like to send out a few links to articles or videos to get your thoughts flowing and to challenge you in your walk.   Gospel Parenting for First-Generation Christians “Parenting books are helpful secondary tools, but the Bible is a first-generation Christian’s lifeline to raising a family.” Are Sundays Good […]

Food For Thought, 2.15.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Boys Need Their Moms: “Boys need their moms—I am convinced of it. Even teenaged boys, boys who are nearly men.” Don’t Put Your Hope in Date Night: “When we falsely believe a date night out is […]

Food For Thought, 2.8.19

Here are a few new links from around the internet that we think you may find helpful to check out: Real Calvinists Pray: “When we understand Calvinism in our hearts, and not just our minds, we’ll find ourselves humbly drawing near the throne of grace in our times of need.” Three Characteristics of a Life-Giving […]

Food For Thought 1.25.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: Recovering From the Most Depressing Day of the Year: “How do Christians recover, survive, and pursue the light in a time of year that is indeed drab, dreary, and blue?” Four Questions That Transform Dinner Into […]

Food for Thought 1.11.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: From Seminary President to NFL Head Coach: For all the sports fans out there, you will find this to be an interesting and encouraging read about the Colts’ head coach, Frank Reich. May His Cancer Heal […]

Food For Thought 1.4.19

Here are a few links that we’d recommend you check out, compiled from around the internet in recent days: Don’t Reap to the Edge of Your Life: “Great things can happen when you don’t reap to the edges of your life. Amazing things can occur when you live with a ‘just in case’ mentality.” 10 Ideas […]

Food for Thought, 12.04.18

What Can You Do to Get in the Game?: We experience salvation and a relationship with God today because Jesus was selfless. Becoming Your Grandchildren’s Church: Four Prayers for the Church’s Next Generation: When God’s people gather together for worship, the next generation’s eyes are wide open. Am I Alone in This? Celebrating Family-Centered Holidays Without a […]

Food for Thought, 11.13.18

Why Sex is the Best Argument for Creation (and Against Evolution): Most people don’t realize how many powerful arguments there are for Biblical creation. But one argument is easily the best: Sex. 3 Reasons to Take Your Children to Funerals: “…in a fallen world we should seek every opportunity—even funerals—to disciple them and grow their confidence in […]

Food for Thought, 11.06.18

Some great articles from around the web! Cars, Coffee, Theology: A conversation with Tom Schreiner: “No karaoke. They are not comedians. But they are thoughtful guys who like talking about life and theology. Here’s the first episode with Tom Schreiner.” When You Hate Going to Work: “Work is not a call to meaning and significance so […]