Here's what I've been reading as I swung around the web last week: Greg Gibson had a post on Gospel Centered Discipleship on Gospel habits. He wrote, "The opposite of reactionary living (responding to the circumstances life brings) is intentional living (having a plan and being disciplined enough to stick to it)." He goes on to explain that how we spend our time is a gospel issue, followed by some helpful tips for redeem that time.
My pastor, Joe Thorn, had a post on The Christward Collective blog on the importance of the Sunday corporate worship gathering. He wrote, "As we look forward to what God will do among us as we gather let’s remember that there are three ways to get the most out of your Sundays with the church: prepare, participate, and reflect." He then goes on to explain each category.
D.A. Horton had a post on the For The Church blog on qualities of a legacy leader. He starts out by saying, "There’s something special about watching somebody finish something they started." The qualities he lists and explains are spot on.
Erik Raymond had a post the The Gospel Coalition blog on ways to prevent brotherly love. He wrote, "If we are going to persevere this brotherly love amid adversity we need to know what the problem is." He list several causes that prevent brotherly love.
What have you been reading online lately? Leave me a link in the comment section to check out.