Every other week, I share some interesting things I’ve stumbled upon. I lump these various blog posts, books, articles, or videos clips into these posts I call, “Friday Finds.” Here’s this week’s edition. Enjoy.

1. What are We Teaching Our Children?

via Tim Elmore

“Most of the time, if our kids are fragile, it’s because we’ve made them fragile. And if we don’t build some emotional strength inside of them, they’ll become fragile adults as well.”

2. Why Don’t We Follow All of the Old Testament Laws?

via J.D. Greear

A quick read from J.D. Greear explaining differences between types of laws in the Bible. This article gives good perspective on why we keep some of the Old Testament commands and ignore others.

3. How Do You Explain the Trinity to Children?

via Russell Moore

“And learning of God’s oneness and threeness in terms of wonder and awe is a good place, I think, to start vaccinating our children from the kind of sterile rationalism, Christian or atheist, that can lead to a boring, despairing, tragically normal sort of life.”

4. The Gospel in a handshake

via Gentle Reformation

“Who is your Saviour asking you to shake hands with for the sake of the gospel? Someone whose lifestyle is utterly repugnant to you? Someone whom you think deserves what they get?”

6. Nichole Nordeman – Slow Down

via Nichole Nordeman

You’ve probably seen this video floating around Facebook this week, but if you haven’t, check it out.  We took Levi, our youngest, to his Kindergarten Round-Up on Tuesday night. Next year all of our kids will be in school! It’s crazy how fast they grow up.


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