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I Recommend

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

How the Church Can Help in Suicide Prevention

This one hits close to home for me, but I know it does for others too. Christians should do everything they can do address this horrible tragedy.

Why Pastors Should Use More Historical Illustrations in Sermons

I’ve always used a lot of historical illustrations. I’ve been starting to rethink it, but this blog post made me see that perhaps it’s a good practice after all.

Why You Should Surround Yourself With More Books Than You’ll Ever Have Time to Read

I love books and I have a daughter who loves them too. She shared this link with me — it makes sense!

How to Protect Your Church from Abusers

Churches are often safe places for abusers, but not for the abused. This ought not to be! Every church should have an abuse policy. If you need to see a sample, contact me and I’ll send along what we have at our church.

Some libraries stand strong against calls to remove books telling truth about transgenderism

The banning of books should concern us all. If they’re going to demand the removal of this book, how long till they want the Bible removed?

Last of all, I came across this short film. It’s only about nine minutes (to the credits), but in that time it raises interesting questions about where people “go” during a coma. It’s also really well-produced. H.t.: Evolution News.