The Daily Discovery (May 10, 2016)

Landon ChapmanThe Daily Discovery0 Comments

ARTICLES I LIKE FROM AROUND THE WEB: (Click title to go to full article) Unqualified, Not Unworthy – “‘Unqualified.’ That was John MacArthur’s one-word assessment of Steven Furtick during a Q&A session at the 2012 Shepherds’ Conference. It’s also the title of Furtick’s latest book. Furtick credits that brief appraisal of his ministry as the inspiration for writing: ‘Unqualified. . . . Unqualified? That word started the wheels spinning in my head. . . . Yes, I struggle with my temper, with my focus, with my motives, with my eating habits, with my prayer life, with my state of mind. And that list doesn’t even scratch the surface. I know my weaknesses and faults better than anyone. I don’t need to listen to an … Read More

Christians Who Don’t Tip

Nate PickowiczChristianity3 Comments

e’ve all heard this scenario: A waiter comes back to his table to settle the bill and clean up, exhausted from his busy Saturday night shift. He grabs the leather holder and opens it up to find, in place of a tip, a tract that tells him of the worthlessness of money and his dire need for Jesus Christ. I have to admit, I’ve never been a waiter, but I have friends in food service who have all experienced this phenomenon. Now, our immediate reaction might be varied. Some might agree with this practice, signifying it with a hearty “Amen!” Others, however, might respond in disgust. What, dare I ask, would Jesus do? While the Bible does not have any verses … Read More