Something for the Weekend: 28th May

 
Euan Wallace | May 27th 2016

Something to help in dark times…

With the number of people being diagnosed with depression steadily rising, Mara Measor considers what it looked like for her to pray in the midst of her struggle.

Something to encourage…

There are currently 1.7 billion Muslims in the world; but the numbers of Muslims turning to Christ is on the rise. David Garrison shares his findings on this global phenomenon – and also details our role in helping it spread. A really encouraging read!

Something to challenge us…

“In a weird, ironic, but quite predictable plot twist,” writes Barnabas Piper, “by pursuing the position of tax collector we have become the Pharisee.” This article spends time analysing our motives for our supposedly godly actions and challenges us to see our own natural tendency to pride.

Something to watch…

Ever been curious to see how Jesus Christ fulfils the entire storyline of the Bible? Dan Stevers’ short video explains where we find Jesus in the stories we know so well.

Something to dwell on…

Tim Chester spends some time thinking about how God’s word gives life – and why we must never forget it. Read the blog here.

Something to make you smile knowingly…

If you’ve been exposed to one too many film-reference illustrations in your church’s sermons, then this satirical article from Babylon Bee will make you chuckle.

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Euan Wallace

Euan graduated from the University of Nottingham last year after studying History. He now works for Cornerstone Church in Nottingham as an intern, focusing mainly on student ministry.

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