The Sunday Refill – 7 Links for Your Weekend (6/6/21)

The Sunday Refill – 7 Links for Your Weekend (6/6/21)

Seven up…

1) Why did you first consider Christianity? That was the question posed to former atheist Brent Beshore by one of his atheist friends. And this was his response…

2) Five Ways to Survive & Thrive 2021 – I’ve registered for this CPAS June webinar on how to “use the summer season for restoration ahead of the autumn term”. Free and two different time slots for attending on 16 June. Why not join me?

3) Eating Out with your Kids when Hell is real – Maybe a clickbait-headline, but it references a common charge levelled against people of faith. How can Christians (or anyone else) believe that our eternal destinies are dependent upon personal choices in this life, and yet then not spent all their waking hours (and perhaps sleeping hours too) persuading people to make the right choice? How can we ever dine out, or watch movies, or… sleep?! But actually this is a question that every human faces every day…

4) Inseparably Together at the Friends Reunion – As the Friends ‘Reunion’ was broadcast last week, Jen Logan reflects on the phenomenon of the Friends concept.

5) A Few Thoughts On Writing – I enjoyed these pithy thoughts on writing in the current world.

6) Free Evangelism eBooks – Two brilliant books on sharing your faith currently available for free download: Firstly, Evangelism as Exiles: Life on Mission as Strangers in Our Own Land by Elliot Clark draws on Clark’s years of ministry in a Muslim-majority nation and guides us through 1 Peter offering striking insights for today. Secondly, Honest Evangelism by Rico Tice aims to excite and equip Christians to share their faith, even when its tough.

7) Cow in love with Accordion – For something a bit different, cow, forest, accordion. What’s not to love?