Here are some things I have found helpful recently online.
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This is a moving testimony in which Philip Ryan shares his journey out of progressive Christianity back to orthodox Christian beliefs, and the peace that came with that. He shares some ideas that could be helpful for people who are struggling with the attraction of progressive Christianity. Maybe you or people you know—men and women in your congregation—are struggling with progressive Christianity. If so, this could be helpful.
In this brief interview (it’s mostly in English with French subtitles), Benjamin Eggle asks Kevin DeYoung about his book, “Men and Women in the Church”, which was recently published in French. Kevin shares why his book is important, given the pressures Christians face today regarding what it means to be a woman and what it means to be a man. He also challenges young adults to be prepared to be a cognitive minority—to think differently to many around them about men and women. He also encourages them since this is the good and best way to live.
The Church and families partner in showing the younger generation God’s good design, Evangile 21 2022 by Rachel Yates and Kevin DeYoung 01/07/2022
In this short interview, Rachel Yates asks Kevin DeYoung about how parents and churches can help the younger generation see the goodness of God’s design for men and women.
Christians are often confused about Proverbs 31. Is it about a literal woman or the personification of wisdom? Jim Davis shows us the relationship between Proverbs 31 and Jesus, and how to apply this passage today.
There has been much in the media recently about abortion due to the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade. In this article, John Howerton outlines eight myths about abortion in the USA.
Charlie Self outlines some helpful things to consider when chatting to people you know who are distressed by the recent ruling on abortion in the US.
Deborah Harrell explains why it is important to ask missionary children good questions. She suggests some you might want to ask.
God can work through us at any age, and Angus Martin shows he firmly believes this by writing a very short catechism for toddlers.