A good conversation between Chris Larson and the teaching fellows of Ligonier Ministries on the goal of the Reformation and more.

The Mark of the Most Successful Worship Leaders — Tim Challies writes, “A worship leader serves his congregation best when he chooses songs they can sing and sing well. He is highly attuned to their ability. He prioritizes the singability of songs over their newness or oldness or author or theological density. He gauges his success not by his own worship, but by theirs. When he steps back and hears his church singing—really singing—, his joy is complete.”

Do You Care About the Widows? — “Do you think you’re religious, but you don’t care about the widows? Your religion is an exercise in futility, because James says pure and undefiled religion is the care of widows and of orphans in times of trouble.”

Why Joni Eareckson Tada Wants a Glorified Body — Some good things to consider here regarding life and eternity.

Brothers, We Are Not Amateurs — Jason Allen writes, “Ministers will be judged for their faithfulness, not their academic accomplishments, but it is impossible to be faithful without being rightly equipped. Brother, you are not to be an amateur minister.”

I Don’t Understand Christians Watching Game of Thrones — Kevin DeYoung may have just hit a nerve within evangelicalism, but don’t miss his point.

Can I Sing ‘Amazing Grace’ If I Was Saved at Six? — John Piper points to the amazing value of God’s grace.

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