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The Word and the word

by Erich Bridges Children of the digital age are growing up with a different kind of literacy, we are told. They learn to understand the world not through complete sentences, paragraphs and books, but through ever-changing sounds, images and micro-bursts of text delivered via their digital devices and social media of choice. “Zits,” a comic strip that should be required… Read more →


The Gospel and the Discipline of Serving

by Donald S. Whitney on Thursday, June 21, 2012 Serving is a discipline with little natural appeal. Most other disciplines sound more interesting. For example, some form of prayer is practiced almost universally, even among non-Christians. Meditation on Scripture appeals to our desire for spiritual depth. Fasting can strike us as a challenge to a rugged, self-denying discipleship. But serving?… Read more →