Let me preface this by saying that this post talks about “Fundamentalists”. If you don’t know if I am one or not, read the post. It’s not that long. If you don’t care, well, read it anyway. I hear it’s good.Read More
Newport uses his data to make three things very clear.
1) Most people drastically underestimate their screen time usage.
2) Most people drastically overestimate how useful and necessary much technology really is.
3) Most people have created a new “normal” for themselves in which they are unaware just how much technology has hurt their ability to focus, be productive, and be creative.Read More
This is why we should stop romanticizing missions to young people who may not have good discernment. Ministry, no matter where it is, is hard work. When you get there, no one will recognize you for your efforts. No one will pat you on the back. No one will come beating down your door to sit at your feet like some kind of sage. More likely, you’ll spend much time feeling rejected, isolated, marginalized, uncertain of outcomes and all the while praying for the best, usually with tears.Read More
Temperance must then be a mutual cooperation be me and the Lord- I yield to the Lord’s revealed Word, and He helps me control myself. I then practice that self-control by forming good habits.Read More