What one pastor read last week (02.26 – 03.04.18)

NOTE: Gonna’ try to start keeping an online record of my reading for work. This will: 1) show others the types of things they could be reading, too; 2) will help me keep a searchable record of the topics I read about, and 3) help me start generating article ideas. I need to become a better writer. In the past, when inspiration has hit (to write more frequently) I often don’t have more than one idea at a time. This will help me keep a longer list of things I need to write about. Lastly, the frequency of questions from people (in the church) has increased in the last year and this approach will help me collect my thoughts in one place.

My Goodreads Reading List and Updates: click HERE

Last week, for Acts: “…to the end of the earth.” (Sunday School), I read from the following book(s) and came across these insights:
For study in 2 Peter (current sermon series), I read from the following book(s) and came across these insights:
General reading for work as a pastor:
  • The Gospel: How the Church Portrays the Beauty of Christ by Ray Ortlund
    • 24 pages, before work (022618)
      • 4 pages on the walk to and from my house (had to run home and fix the freezer)
    • Finished it, 022718
      • ***Will post top quotes later
  • God and the Transgender Debate: What Does the Bible Actually Say About Gender Identity? by Andrew T. Walker
    • 14 pages, during lunch (022718)
      • “Jesus debated issues. But much more than that, he loved people. All kinds of people came to speak with him during his time on earth. The religious insiders. The socially excluded. The handicapped. The undesirables. The rich, the poor, the young, the old. Those whose lives had been messed up by others, and those whose lives had been messed up by themselves.” p.13

***denotes future article forthcoming

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