In Case You Missed It

1) Ed Stetzer published part 2 of Lifeway’s important research on mental illness and the church.

2) Thom Rainer lists the top 10 selling Bible translations for 2014.

3) Ryan Hutchinson, Executive Vice President for Operations at Southeastern, writes as a white guy trying to understand injustices toward black Americans.

4) At CT’s Leadership Journal, Ben Tertin and Paul J. Pastor, report on the painful lessons learned from the Mars Hill collapse. As it turns out, go big or go home is not a biblical strategy for ministry.

5) Trillia Newbill, consultant on Women’s Initiatives for the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, encourages all Christians to care about “race issues.”

In Case You Missed It

1) Russ Moore describes his perspective on the necessity of man, woman, and the mystery of Christ. Must read.

2) At First Things, C. C. Pecknold discusses the Humanum conference and the excellent series of videos produced by the Vatican. Must watch.

3) At Christianity Today, the stirring testimony of Guillaume Bignon, how a French atheist becomes a theologian.

4) This week in SEBTS chapel, Trillia Newbill, author of United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversityspoke about the pursuit of one another in love.

5) Nathan Finn, associate professor of historical theology and director of the Center for Spiritual Formation and Evangelical Spirituality, writes about how leaders can cultivate godliness at Eric Geiger’s blog.

6) Thom Rainer on eight trends about church bulletins.free game for android