Wives – When Your Husband Does Not Lead, Love Him….but NEVER Give Up or Settle: A Husband’s Response to Some Misguided Advice

My wife came to me and asked me what I thought of an article that she had been forwarded.  It was a blogger responding to a reader’s question.  The question dealt with the reader’s husband and her struggle with him not being a leader in her family.  Since this is a common issue we run…

The Moment of Truth for Eric Liddell – Post from the Cripplegate

http://thecripplegate.com/the-moment-that-changed-eric-liddells-life/ Eric was having to make an important decision; of course, no one was going to force him to speak or to have a public ministry. But I’m sure that Eric was counting the cost. Some people may say no big deal, but this was a huge deal. Especially for such an introvert. This decision…

Expect More from Young Men – Good Article from Desiring God

http://www.desiringgod.org/articles/expect-more-from-young-men What, then, are these young men doing with their lives? According to Hurst, they are playing video games. Leisure time, largely spent playing games on computers and consoles, doubled from the early 2000s to 2015. When Hurst relayed these statistics to Econtalk Podcast host Russ Roberts, Roberts could scarcely believe the numbers or accept the idea…

How do We Lead as Christians – Ruth part 2

Accountability for Leadership and the Book of Ruth — Elimelech’s Fall As discussed in the blog post entitled, “How Do We Respond to Life’s Trials”, http://wp.me/p5FpqF-wu the Book of Ruth is an account of a faithful, godly woman and God’s redemption.  She is a foreigner, who through marriage, is joined into the Children of Israel and…