How can you help your child succeed in public school? Why should evangelical women speak up on important issues? Is there a better way to fight political correctness? And how can C.S. Lewis jump-start your creativity?
Get thoughtful responses to these questions from O. Alan Noble, Laura Thigpen, Art Lindlsey and Kimber Graves in today’s Weekend Reading.
Over at the ERLC, Kimber Graves offers practical wisdom for navigating public education. She writes,
The same God who “gave Daniel favor and compassion” (Dan. 1:9) in Babylon, a culture set against the precepts of God, is just as able to guard today our children whom we entrust to Him amidst a rapidly shifting culture. Read More>>
Women, the church needs to hear your voice, says Laura Thigpen in an article at Women’s Life. She explains,
In these conversations on race, abortion, womanhood, and culture our Christian brothers and our culture need to hear the voice of evangelical women, and we need to offer it. Read More>>
To combat political correctness, some conservatives try to intentionally offend people. Is there a better way? In this article at Christianity Today, O. Alan Noble says yes. He writes,
By globalizing our conversation and privatizing our beliefs, we’ve made it incredibly difficult to agree upon norms and virtues for speech. The most central of these lost virtues is charity. Through charity we have a strong foundation for disagreement and dialogue. Without it, we are left with discourse as competing forces of violence vying for power. Read More>>
Art Lindsley offers helpful tips from C.S. Lewis to jump-start your creativity. Here’s an excerpt of his article at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics:
C.S. Lewis has had many good ideas, among them ideas concerning creativity and the imagination. If you’re stuck in a rut, perhaps these thoughts of his can help spur your own imagination to greater heights. Read More>>
What are you reading this weekend?