Tuesday Links and Such

Glad to be back in the blogging world after spending a great birthday weekend with Lizzy in the NC mountains (I was studying, but it was still fun).  I am also relieved to finally have taken the written licensure examination yesterday (which took a looooong time, but I think I did really well.  Thank you for your prayers!).  

-Don’t forget, we are having our college aged study tonight at 7 pm at Panera on Woodruff Rd.  

-There will be a Jr. High movie night this Friday at 6 pm at our house.  Email the church or myself if you plan on attending (we will be showing Wreck It Ralph and providing food).

Now to some links…

-As we move into the summer, a lot of students will have free time on their hands.  What better way to spend that time than reading your Bible.  While we do believe that God’s Word does not return void, we should be careful in the way we approach reading it.  Tullian Tchividjian has a brief article on how not to read the Bible.  It may make the WWJD? a little perturbed.

-Speaking of reading, Al Mohler, President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (a fantastic seminary), put out his summer reading list.  I really would encourage you to try and read one of these books, as they all look very fascinating (and they make a great Father’s Day gift).  Now that my written exam is complete, I have a few extra hours (at least for a couple of days, before I start back at it) to read this book on the Hatfield and McCoy feud.  It is one of many recommendations from the list.  

-What is the one book of the Bible that would make you blush if we preached on it Sunday Mornings?  Answer: Song of Solomon.  Here is a reflection from Thabiti Anyabwile as he is taking his congregation through the book.  It is truly remarkable and amazing the power that God’s Word has on all ages.

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