Here's what we've been reading online this week:
Carey Nieuwhof had a guest post on his blog that protect the pastor's (or leaders) family. It asks the question, "What if you could stop saying sorry and start saying, 'I’ve got a plan'?" Pastors, leaders - your family is your primary ministry. In order to keep this priority we need to be vigilant in keeping a healthy schedule.
All Pro Dad had a post on parental regrets. This is important for us all and a really helpful perspective. It says, ". For whatever reason, the way we parent might be the thing we’re most sensitive about in life." He goes on to list his top five regrets. It's a helpful list of things to avoid.
Sally Lloyd-Jones had a post over on Desiring God on the topic of teaching kids the Bible. She says, "... the Bible isn’t mainly about me and what I should be doing. It’s about God and what he has done." Kids need to know the Bible isn't a book of rules, nor is it about them; rather, it's, "... the story of how God loves his children and comes to rescue them" Parents (and pastors, leaders, and teachers) - this is what our kids need to know.
What have you been reading and finding helpful online lately? Leave us a link in the comment section to check out.