The Big Idea: The Best of the Best Around the Net links you to blog posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. Check out the following top five links of the week that was.
Scan the Scriptures
Justin Taylor over at Between Two Worlds has a fascinating post using the acrostic SCAN to explain four key theological views about God’s Word. Check it out at Scan the Scriptures.
One Another Responsibilities
Bill Higley posts about One Another Ministry Responsibilities. He captures nine biblical ways to summarize and apply these vital one another callings.
Great Book for Walking with Christ
Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile at his website Pure Church highly recommends Stephen Smallman’s The Walk: Steps for New and Renewed Followers of Jesus. Read Pastor Anyabwile’s recommendation at: The Best Book I’ve Read for New and Renewed Followers of Jesus.
Congregations Gone Wild
You’ll find a challenge to pastors and lay people in an unlikely source: The New York Times. In an op-ed piece penned by G. Jeffrey MacDonald, you’ll learn how selfish demands and expectations by congregations are leading to unhealthy lifestyles by pastors. Read about it in Congregations Gone Wild.
How to Cut Your To-Do List in Half
Michael Hyatt writes, “One of the most helpful time management principles I have found is David Allen’s The Two-Minute Rule. The basic concept is that you take immediate action on anything that can be done in two minutes or less. This is the key to becoming more productive.” Read the rest at How to Cut Your To Do List in Half.
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