Here's what I've been reading this week as I've swung around the web: Kevin Garcia wrote a post on Gospel-Centered Discipleship on public discipleship. He says, "When all of Scripture informs all of life we have a public discipleship that extends inwardly to our personal piety as well as outwardly to loving/serving those around us." Discipleship can't be simply about knowledge acquisition. In order for discipleship to be truly effective, it must result in how we live all of our lives.
Jared Musgrove wrote a post on the For the Church site on reading Scripture out loud. The reason he says is, "Reading the Word in community need not be long-faced and doleful. It should come alive with the very personalities behind the words themselves." He lists reasons why this is so, go check them out.
R.C Sproul wrote a post entitled "Teachable Teachers" for the Ligonier site.. He wrote, "The only teacher who has no need of learning is God Himself. A great teacher is teachable. If he is not, he will have precious little to teach." Pastors and leaders, we have so much more to learn.
What have you been reading online lately? Leave a link in the comment section for me to check out.