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Wisdom for Your Weekend: Your regular installment of what we’ve been reading (and watching) from around the web. We gather the best and leave out the rest.
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Wisdom for Your Weekend is your regular installment of what we’ve been reading (and watching) around the web. Presented to you by Chris Pappalardo, with guidance from Pastor J.D., this is our attempt to reflect Proverbs 9:9: “Give instruction to a wise man, and he will be still wiser; teach a righteous man, and he will increase in learning.” While we do not always agree with everything these authors post, we share these resources because we find them challenging and enriching. As we often say around the Summit, when it comes to reading, “Eat the fish and spit out the bones.”
10 Tips for Reading in 2019, Jon Coombs. We’re nearly two weeks into the new year, so I (Chris) hope you haven’t already abandoned all your well-intentioned New Year’s resolutions for 2019. I also hope that one of those resolutions involves reading. If you’re a true bibliophile, you may not need rules to keep you meandering along the road of reading this year. But perhaps a few tips might help. Coombs has some good ones.
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I’ve Only Got One Hour a Day to Read: How Much Should Be Bible? John Piper. Speaking of reading, Pastor John tackles an important question: How should our Bible reading stack up (Get it? Stack up?) against other reading? If you’re curious what proportion of your devotional time should be spent on Bible, this is a great approach.
A Day a Week, A Week a Year, Tim Challies. Let’s stay on the theme of reading for a moment, shall we? If you want to read...
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