Here's what we've been reading online this past week:
Jeff Beckley had a post on The Middle Years site on the balancing family and ministry. He wrote, "Just like in rock stacking, the key in ministry life is balance." He goes on to list different ideas that can help achieve this.
I almost feel like I'm cheating for these last 2 because they are both by Scott Kedersha.
First, he had a post about love and how actions can (and should) lead to feelings. He says, "Through either sin like infidelity and pornography or through a passive drift toward marital isolation, many couples don’t feel like pursuing each other like they used to." He goes on with how to properly view this and how to change it.
Secondly, he had a great post on the topic of parenting and technology. It reads, "We’re the first generation of parents who have to work through the challenges of kids and smartphones." His wisdom here is helpful, check it out.
What have you been reading (or writing) online lately? Leave us a link in the comment section to check out.