Here’s what we’ve been reading online this week:
Ministry Spark had a post on the topic of family devotions. It reads, “Often the biggest roadblocks in the way of a parent initiating a meaningful devotional time at home is what he or she assumes about this practice.” The post goes on to like 3 common misconceptions. This is an encouraging post for all parents to consider.
Our friend, Sam Luce, had a post for dads. He says in part, “… so many dads I talk to want to be better dads they have no idea what that looks like.” He goes on to list 3 ways to be a better dad. These are important qualities to be thinking about in order to not just do better, but be better.
Scott Slayton had a post on questions to ask your kids when they profess faith. It reads, “Though we can never know beyond a shadow of a doubt if our child has actually trusted Christ, we can see evidence that points to a genuine conversion—even if it looks different from an adult one.” He goes on to list 5 diagnostic questions that kids should be able to answer. This is a great post for parents, pastors, and ministry leaders alike.
What have you been benefitting from online recently? Leave us a link in the comment section to check out.