Should every pastor be a counselor? No. Does that answer surprise you, especially coming from me? What should every pastor be? An equipper.
Tony Reinke on Octavius Winslow’s The Precious Things of God:
From start to finish, the book is soaked with profound points because it is a book devoted to all the things that God finds precious. Think of it as something of a precursor to Piper’sThe Pleasures of God.
Of all the pages in that book, I was hit hardest by this paragraph spread out on pages 66-67. Here’s what I read…
I think the movie makes sharing the Good News easy because of the question it asks. Prometheus doesn’t simply ask, “Is there a God?” or “Where do we come from?”, the movie pushes further and dares us to ask, “What if you meet your Maker and he’s angry with you?”