Favorite Finds Friday: 09-15-17
Friday Favorite Finds

Favorite Finds Friday: 09-15-17

Favorite Finds Friday:


The following are a collection of articles, sites, podcasts, and other finds I have found this week that I thought I would recommend. I hope you find these especially encouraging and edifying in your walk with Christ.

10 Tips for Beginning Homemakers

Very practical advice for practicing homemaking.

A Prayer for Our Husbands

Comfort in God’s Consistency

A great devotion by Chelsi Woods regarding the immutable nature of God and how that brings us peace.

Obstacles to Family Worship: 6. Dumbing Down of Christianity

Favorite Finds Friday: 09-15-17

Rely on God’s Word, Not on Techniques

Great article by Andy Davis that reminds us that it is God’s Word that saves and changes a person, not the tricks and manipulations that people often use to interest people in church.

Are the Stars Lining Up on September 23 for the Lord’s Return?

Dr. Danny R. Faulkner addresses the claim that the stars have revealed that the Lord will be returning on September 23. We commanded in Scripture to not set dates for the Lord’s return and Dr. Faulkner reveals why these claims are not scientifically accurate.

“In a few weeks and months, these recent events will be events of the past, and they, too, will be examples of prophecy teachers probably being wrong in their pronouncements once again. At some point, for those who improperly interpret these things, these cries of wolf must lead to their loss of credibility and the disenchantment of their followers…The most important part of Jesus’ message here was not that we attempt to figure out when it will be, but to be ready.”

Favorite Finds Friday: 09-15-17

Protestant and Catholic: What’s the Difference?

Kevin DeYoung uses the Roman Catholic Church’s official documents and stances to show the differences between the Catholic religion and Protestantism.

Imputation: Credited a Righteousness Not Our Own

The doctrine of imputation may be one of those doctrines that seems a bit difficult to wrap our minds around at first, but this is a great article to help us understand it better.