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Sit like a normal person, Will Riker!

Warning, this may ruin Star Trek: The Next Generation for you. Once you’ve seen this, you can never un-see it:

That man is a confident sitter.


Get Mark for $5 at Ligonier.org

The ePub edition of Mark, from R.C. Sproul’s St. Andrew’s Expositional Commentary series, is on sale in today’s $5 Friday sale at Ligonier.org. Also on sale:

  • What’s so Great About the Doctrines of Grace? by Richard Phillips (ePub)
  • a gift certificate for the Ligonier store
  • The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards by Steven Lawson (hardcover)

$5 Friday ends tonight at 11:59:59 Eastern.


Sneering at Parents, Hiding Behind “Science” — The Emergency Contraception Controversy

Albert Mohler:

Looking for evidence that our society is losing its mind? Just look at the controversy over so-called “emergency contraceptives” and a federal judge’s effort to make these drugs available, over the counter, to girls of any age.


Words from a Gay Student to his Classmates at Moody Bible Institute

Barnabas Piper:

Kendell Tanner is a Senior at Moody Bible Institute. I met him earlier this year at an event I spoke at, and he reached out to me a few days later asking if we could grab coffee. In the months since then we’ve gotten a chance to connect and get to know each other. He has opened up to me about some hard things in his life. One of those is that Kendell is a gay man seeking to honor God with his life. Walking this road is a challenge, and doing so at Moody is unique and presents challenges of its own. Kendell recently wrote the following article for the MBI student newspaper, The Standard to share some his experience with the student body. It was a courageous and significant thing for him to do. I am honored to be Kendell’s friend and hope these words will be an encouragement and challenge.


The Top Mistakes I Make in Preaching

Julian Freeman:

Maybe it’s because I’m naturally a pessimist, but the most natural way for me to figure out how I can grow as a preacher is to identify what mistakes I most commonly make and try to work on improving those, by God’s grace. For the purpose of self-evaluation and ‘fanning into flame’ the preaching gift that I have, I decided to list out the mistakes I most often make in sermon preparation and delivery.

I imagine that I’m probably not the only preacher who makes some of these mistakes with regularity, so I thought I’d share them here in case my list ends up helping any of you brothers who are working on preaching evaluation / improvement as well.

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