Here are the items and resources of interest for July 7, 2017:
- PCA Ad Interim Study Committee Report — Recommendation 4 is examined and commentated by my friend and pastor of Cliffwood Presbyterian Church, Geoff Gleason.
- When I was growing up, we had a “junior church.” Some have “children’s church.” This article argues that children should be in worship with mom and dad. Written by
- The subject of Christian liberty is one that I think is very misunderstood. Sinclair Ferguson helps clarify things in this article at Ligonier.
- Another subject that is often misunderstood is fasting. Donald Whitney helps clarify things. (Video).
- Let me encourage you to attend the Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary “Summer Institute” held July 31-Aug4. If you are a pastor, you will want to take advantage of this course taught by seminary president Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. From the website:
The 2017 Summer Pastors’ Institute will focus on the preaching of God’s Word. Designed as an interactive workshop, Let Your Progress be Evident to All will include examination of the sermons of ten effective preachers throughout church history. Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr. will lead the class, and the template for discussion will be selections out of R.L. Dabney’s Evangelical Eloquence.
- Facebook is testing a group video chat — a report from Engadget.
- The best smart locks of 2017 — I would like to add this technology to my already wireless items in my home.
- Outdated Android users beware!
- Soundcloud cuts staff and closes offices according to this article. For those churches that use Soundcloud, you may want to read this article and, perhaps, seek other alternatives like SermonAudio.
- The History of the IBM PC — This is part one, courtesy of ArsTechnica
- I love the game of chess and have watched Garry Kasparov play many matches. I only wished I lived closer to St. Louis to watch in person. By the way, I play many correspondence games on chess.com. My username is mdivman if you want to look me up, friend me, and play live or correspondence games. Chess.com is free, but there are premium options as well. They hold many live and correspondence tournaments as well. Great place to play!
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