The Top 5 Christian Blog Posts of the Week

Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. 

5 Things Infertile Couples Want You to Know

The emotional pain of infertility is hard enough, but is only made more difficult by the insensitive comments and lack of understanding coming from others. Brian Nicholson provides wise and caring advice at the Biblical Counseling Coalition’sGrace & Truth blog in 5 Things Infertile Couples Want Others to Know.

God’s Word and Biblical Counseling

Aaron Tubbs is a student in my Pastoral Counseling class at Moody Theological Seminary. Here’s a post about some of what he’s learning about biblical counseling: My Paper for Moody.

The Entitlement Generation

Check out these quotes and the video from David Murray about the current 20-something generation in Entitlement: The Gimme Generation.  

Ripping Others to Get Notice

Timothy Dalrymple at Philosophical Fragments says it more politely than my header above. However, the point is the same. Some folks—Christian Folks—create an online following by criticizing other people who have a following. Dalrymple provides 5 wise safeguards to check our motives before we rip…er…criticize others on line. Read them at The Indignation Industry: Or, The Art of Blogging Controversies.  

Top 25

Check out these quotes in Top 25 J. C. Ryle Quotes.  

Bonus Post # 6: A Servant Leader

A guest post at Pastor Paul Tautges’ Counseling One Another blog hits home with its encouragement to preach the Word faithfully and to avoid the pursuit of “celebrity.” Read it at A Servant Leader.  

Bonus Post # 7: Spiritual Depression

Dan Phillips reviews a new edition of the classic book Spiritual Depression. Read his review at Book Review. You also will want to follow the link in that review to an earlier post by Dan on his own struggle with depression. You can read it at: Battling Depression.  

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