Best Of The Net

I’m in St.Cloud. MN today for the next stop of this tour I’m on with Mark and Anita. I’ve been taken down by some kind of bug the last couple days. Your prayers and encouragement along the way (and Sudafed) are sure helping – and loads of kids are being sponsored through Compassion International! Keep praying? Thanks, friends.

When I’m not on stage, I’m reading the interwebs. Here’s the best of the net this week…

How To Stop Fears From Stealing Your Joy: The Fluid Principle

I haven’t been an opening act on a tour for a long time. Surprised at how scary it is. Add a sore throat to the mix and the nervousness amps up a bit too. Then God spoke through my friend Ann, as He so often does for me, and now I’m leaning more than worrying.


Glorious Ruin

From Tullian Tchividjian‘s new release Glorious Ruin: How Suffering Sets You Free

“There’s nothing like suffering to remind us how much we need God. As John Zahl has said, “God’s office is at the end of our rope.”

Check out this deep interview with Tullian here.


Kid President

Thanks to her youth minister, my eleven year-old has seen every episode of Kid President on Youtube. And so have I. A few times. And it always makes me happy. Watch my favorite episode here or watch the very first one…

Source: youtube.com via Shaun on Pinterest


Mixed Feelings

I’m not sure what to think about this. Innovative? Sure. Exploitive? Maybe. Effective? What do you think?

According to one source… “The items are not for sale, the purpose of the image is to show the difference between how 1st world consumers look at products and what they might mean to other parts of the world.”

Source: upworthy.com via Shaun on Pinterest


Teaching Children To Have A Devotional Time

I make parenting too hard. Thankful to the Pelsers for this simple approach to teaching kids how to have a devotional time daily.

Source: thepelsers.com via Shaun on Pinterest


Did I miss something great? Link to it in the comments or shoot me an email. Thanks for reading!

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