Food for Thought

A weekly collection of articles from the web

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 […]

Food for Thought, 10.23.18

Some great articles from around the web! Young Christian: Give the Lord a Lot to Work With: “The teens and twenties—these are years that can be put to very good use or that can be squandered. These are years that can form the firm foundation of a life well-lived or the unsteady foundation of a […]

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 […]