In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. Today we highlight articles from Bruce Ashford, Allison Hill, Sam Storms and RuthAnne Irvin and more.
“How we treat the most vulnerable among us reveals what our values really are and what kind of nation we aspire to be,” writes Bruce Ashford in this article on family separation at his blog.
“The compassion that people can learn through serving with special needs families is just the beginning of how you can bless your church,” explains Allison Hill at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
“The work of the home holds just as much dignity and worth as other jobs, with a particular opportunity to love one’s neighbors who live in close proximity to us: those within the home,” writes RuthAnne Irvin at Made to Flourish.
Over at his blog, Sam Storms comments on suicide. “Common sense reveals that many, if not most, of us will die with sins of which we have not repented,” he writes. “But if we have trusted Christ for salvation we never die with sins that have not been eternally forgiven.”
What articles would you recommend this weekend?