Said At Southern Seminary dedicates Friday’s post to showcase some of the excellent articles written by SBTS student, faculty, staff and alumni bloggers. You can view all our 100+ feeds by selecting the pages to the left. If I missed your favorite post – you can make your case in the comments.
- Pray for Molly McCoy. Surgery Date Set via Reformissionary by Steve McCoy. He writes, “Monday we received a call from Dr. Frim’s nurse with a surgery date of July 13. That seemed so far off, but we didn’t have much of a choice. Dr. Frim, as a pediatric neurosurgeon, is only allowed a couple of days a month for adult neurosurgery. There was just no other time. His nurse told us they were trying to find another time sooner, but wasn’t able to. We began to hope for a cancellation that might open a door for an earlier surgery.”
- Read about last frontier missions. From the International Journal of Frontier Missions Archives via Provocations & Pantings by Timmy Brister. This is a massive listing of articles and journals about missions.
- Read this good conversation about church planting. Churches that Plant Churches via Off The Wire by Matthew Wireman.
- Pray for this Urgent Prayer Needed via A Simple Servant by Aaron Hawk. He writes, “am asking that you guys would please pray for wisdom, discernment, and ultimately a move of the Spirit of Christ. My dad could have one of the most incredible testimonies I’ve ever heard, if only he would come to Christ instead of falsely trusting in fire-insurance.”
- Do you wear the label? Read I’m A Calvinist, but… via The Road To Emmaus by Chad Knudson.
- Read Cages via Culturality & Missiology by David Sills. He writes, “As you decide, and prepare to live with your decisions, think of those who are in cages and want out and those who are in cages and have long ago lost the will to want out. Remember, most of us, most of the time, make our own cages. Don’t live in a cage–fly free.”
- Read this great article on humility in blogging. Thoughts on Blogging as it Relates to Humility via consumed by Owen Strachan.