Here are some of my favorite things this week. I encourage you to check out these links!
1. Parents, if you're looking for a great resource for your kids, pick up J. Warner Wallace's new apologetics book, Cold Case Christianity For Kids. I got my copy this week and can't wait to start it with my daughter. I loved Wallace's first book, Cold Case Christianity, which documents his journey from atheism to Christianity by applying the same evidential techniques to the claims of the gospels he used in his successful career as a homicide detective in Los Angeles.
2. This talk from Andrew Wilson on "individualitis" is one that I return to from time to time. I always find it challenging and encouraging. Do yourself a favor and give it a listen!
3. There are certain theological points that can be very confusing. Nabeel Qureshi does a great job here, explaining the Trinity in five simple Biblical points that are easy to understand and remember.
4. I love this quote from Middlemarch, a novel written in the late 1800's, by George Eliot (a pen name for Mary Ann Evans). This runs so counter cultural, and defines the beauty of a woman devoting herself to her family. I pray that my life will also be defined by "unhistoric acts"!
5. This article is from a few months back, but Sean McDowell does a great job of explaining the challenges of living in a porn-saturated society, and gives hope to those who are struggling.