- You Were Made to Meditate: We were made to meditate. God designed you with the capacity to pause and ponder. He means for you not just to hear him, but to reflect on what he says. To stop and let it sink in. (Crossway)
- Pray Together with Your Guests: Though many of us pray regularly with our spouses and children, we sometimes forego that practice when guests are in the home. If we do, we miss a valuable opportunity. Whether we’re welcoming friends for coffee or hosting them for a weekend, our prayers together refresh the hearts of saints and stand as a testimony to the unconverted. (Megan Hill)
- Five Observations in the New Era of Christian Networks– and What Denominations Need to Learn: In short, networks are reinventing how Evangelicals and others cooperate and shaping ministry in many contexts and across various denominational barriers. For those seeking to better understand this new reality, here are five observations about the trend that may prove helpful. (Ed Stetzer)
- Scientific Regress: These failings need not hobble the scientific enterprise broadly conceived, but only if scientists are hyper-aware of and endlessly vigilant about the errors of their colleagues . . . and of themselves. When cultural trends attempt to render science a sort of religion-less clericalism, scientists are apt to forget that they are made of the same crooked timber as the rest of humanity and will necessarily imperil the work that they do. The greatest friends of the Cult of Science are the worst enemies of science’s actual practice. (First Things)
Just for Fun
- Jimmy Fallon asked kids to impersonate Donald Trump. They nailed it.