Food for Thought (Page 8)

A weekly collection of articles from the web

Food for Thought, 5.23.17

A great variety of helpful articles for your Tuesday reading! Parenting is Discipleship: “Parenting is the task of making disciples. Parenting is the task of discipling disciples.” 5 Principles for Disciplining Your Children: “Through my years of working with kids, five guiding principles helped me as a counselor, teacher, and especially as a mom. While not all methods […]

Food for Thought, 5.16.17

Bible Reading is an Art: “When your Bible reading seems unremarkable, or when it seems like you don’t have the skills or knowledge to grasp all of what’s there, remember that God’s work always runs deeper than we can see.” The Revolutionary Work of Motherhood: In such a society, it takes a peculiar courage and faith […]

Food for Thought, 5.9.17

Here’s some interesting and helpful articles for your Tuesday afternoon! The church of baseball: Bemidji native, former major leaguer Hickerson has fascinating past combining sport with ministry: An article about our very own, and former elder here, Bryan Hickerson! You can read a bit of his backstory and about what he’s up to in coaching baseball […]

Food for Thought, 5.2.17

Here’s some good reads for your Tuesday (or any!) afternoon! A Marriage Checklist How fiction can enrich your spiritual imagination: Interesting in light of of our current sermon series…this is geared toward seminary and college students entering summer break, but has good thoughts for all of us. Making All Things New: Inaugurated Eschatology for the Life […]

Food for Thought, 4.25.17

Each Tuesday, you’ll find articles with a variety of topics to sharpen and encourage you as you follow Jesus. Check out the articles below! The first is by a former CCC’er!! How Brainy Women Benefit the Church: “More than simply allowing for a category of the intelligent female, the Scriptures actively encourage women to develop their […]

Food for Thought, 4.18.17

Death is Dead, Christ has Conquered: “The resurrection doesn’t just wrap up the story; it fulfills it. Good Friday is no good at all without Easter Sunday.” Eric McElvenny Delivers Inspiring Message During Good Friday Breakfast: “Twenty-two months after having his leg amputated, McElvenny completed the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii. “I didn’t get through this challenge, […]

Food for Thought, 4.11.17

Each Tuesday, we’ll post a variety of topics and resources that we hope will be helpful to you. Why our churches need more gray hair: “Churches desperately need their older men to exemplify being sober-minded, dignified, self-controlled, sound in faith, in love, and in steadfastness. Churches need an army of laymen who believe well, love well, […]