Tag Archives: LGBTQ+

I Recommend

This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

Families Pushed Toward Abortion

It’s a myth that every abortion is freely chosen by the woman. Many women are pressured into having abortions, including by doctors. My wife experienced this with our youngest, and many others have too. They make it sound like it’s your duty to have an abortion if there’s the slightest indication of an abnormality.

God Loves LGBTQ People More Than We Do

Samuel Sey: “God isn’t ashamed of the gospel. He isn’t embarrassed by his word. He isn’t anxious about telling people good things that might offend them. God isn’t afraid to tell the truth about sexual sin. God isn’t tempted to lie about pornography, fornication, adultery—and especially, homosexuality and transgenderism.”

My Life as a Christian Under a Communist Regime

This is really insightful, especially this: “It may surprise you, but from my perspective the main suffering for Chinese Christians is not physical persecution or lack of religious liberty but bad theology, though the reason behind bad theology is the lack of freedom.”

Washington Post column: Kids should watch portrayal of sex acts at ‘pride’ parades

Jonathon Van Maren: “In short, we’ve gone from: How dare you accuse us of wanting to influence kids? to Of course kids should see sex acts at Pride Parades!”

From Devastation to Deliverance

“Once constantly drunk and suicidal, William shares the story of how his sister, Danica, was influential in his coming to Christ. Despite a heart-breaking loss in their family, William and Danica share about the joys of being children of the only true God and testify to the importance of the local church in this evangelism story.”


I Recommend

This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

When My Quadriplegia Ends

This beautifully-written article really sums up what’s most important in the hope Christians have.

Five Suggested Guidelines for Pastors and Church Staff on Social Media

Especially in this time when strong opinions are common fare, church leaders need to be careful.

Paxton Smith’s viral pro-abortion valedictorian speech wasn’t “brave”

Jonathon Van Maren: “Paxton Smith delivered a speech articulating a position held by nearly every Western head of state, the president of the United States, the vice president of the United States, the entire Democratic Party, nearly all of the corporate elites, Hollywood, the music industry, much of the media, and the majority of academia. How, exactly, is this speech “brave?””

New York High Court to Rule Whether Elephants Are “Persons”

What’s next? Marriage? Don’t laugh. If you can say it, someone is undoubtedly conjuring up a way to achieve it — no matter how ridiculous it sounds right now. The world has gone mad.

Pride Month shows: Christians must opt out of mainstream culture in America

Christians: who is going to catechize your children? Blues Clues? SpongeBob?

Turning it to our good – an excerpt from “Man of the First Hour”

This is a fantastic new book and Reformed Perspective offers a little taste. You can also read my review here.

Trans Mission: What’s the Rush to Reassign Gender?

This looks like a much-needed documentary.


Carl Trueman on today’s sexual madness

My review of The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self is now online at Reformed Perspective.


I Recommend

This past week, I shared the following links on social media and I think they’re worth sharing here too:

I Can’t Read

My cousin Scott is serving as a missionary in Mexico. This is a great little story about the work he and his Annemarie are doing there for the gospel.

The dark, enduring legacy of Friends

Jonathon Van Maren looks at this awful show. I watched a lot of TV back in the day, but I never watched this. Apparently I didn’t miss out.

The Different Arabic Versions of the Qur’an

Has a Muslim ever told you that all the Qur’ans in the world are exactly identical? Not so. Samuel Green explains.

Simple But Useful Tips for Pastors to Make Good First Impressions with Church Guests

Pastors are on the front-line and we don’t get an second opportunity to make a good impression. If you’re a pastor and want to be leading the way in welcoming, read this.

8 Ways to Help a Friend When You Suspect Domestic Abuse

Darby Strickland: “It’s hard to speak into a friend’s life when you’re uncertain about a situation. To complicate matters, domestic abuse often means there’s danger. The situations are challenging. Walking with these tender souls takes patience and gentle persistence.”

Kellogg’s New LGBTQ+”Together” Cereal, Kids, and a Letter on Sexuality. . .

Everybody has to get on the rainbow bandwagon, even breakfast cereals. All to get our kids on the bandwagon.

Social media promises equality and diversity – except for Christians

Our days on social media may be numbered. In the meantime, I’ll make the most of it. You should too.