Good Links for March 18, 2019

Jennifer Lyell delivers her statement on the abuse she endured by an SBC seminary professor. She concludes, “It is my hope that my story, one in which a SBC entity and its leaders acted swiftly and justly to remove an abuser, but in which that same individual was also in a ministry position only months […]

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Good Links for March 11, 2019

Michelle Van Loon invites evangelicals to consider the liturgical season of Lent and provides practical tips for the novice: “I didn’t know it then, but I learned (as we all do at some point in our lives) that mourning is an inescapable part of our earthly existence. We live in a world shaped by the […]

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Good Links for March 4, 2019

Kristie Anyabwile articulates hope for a racially divided church: “We are exiles, living in temporary dwelling until our Deliverer comes to take us home to glory. We hope for this. We long for this. It seems far off, but we know neither the day nor the hour when our Savior will appear. So, we ask […]

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Good Links for February 25, 2019

Joni Eareckson Tada is interviewed by Maina Mwaura about her recent cancer diagnosis and the rerelease of her book: “We forget God is less interested in our physical comfort and more interested in our soul. My soul has become so much more settled. My hope is more anchored in Christ and in heaven. We live […]

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Good Links for February 18, 2019

Tammy Perlmutter writes movingly about healing and hope in the face of unwanted sexual attraction:“I never wanted to be this way. I had enough problems already. Born to an alcoholic mother, abandoned by my father before I was born, placed in foster care at 4 to spend the rest of my childhood in homes that […]

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