The Daily Fill (02/24/16)

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Quote of the Day

“Ours is an undisciplined age. The old disciplines are breaking down…Above all, the discipline of divine grace is derided as legalism or is entirely unknown to a generation that is largely illiterate in the Scriptures. We need the rugged strength of Christian character that can come only from discipline.”

V. Raymond Edman


Worth Reading

Can The Church Disengage From Politics?

“I often hear from some Christians who argue that we should disengage from social or political issues. Particularly around election season, these Christians will reason that we shouldn’t be speaking to political or cultural topics, since the New Testament seems not to.”

Criminals Need God’s Mercy and Love, Too

Amber Yoder is a Master’s Level Counselor, who works with teens dealing with sexual behavioral issues. She never intended to work with juvenile sexual offenders, but through a job transition she was encouraged by a professional mentor to take a position at Insight Counseling—and has loved the position.”

Don’t Make Important Decisions Late in the Day

“You arrive at the office and, as usual, face a long list of tasks to accomplish: getting back to your colleagues about joint projects, sending those time-sensitive e-mails, finishing up that important performance review, making progress on one project, deciding on next steps for another. What’s the best way to tackle your to-do list?”

7 Ways Being Direct Makes You More Productive

“You procrastinate. You avoid the work. You put things off.”

How to Slay the Dragon of Pornography

“Pornography raises many questions, but two of the most simple are also the most important. “


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About Peter van Brussel

Peter is the Director of For His Glory Prison Ministry. Peter holds a BA in Pastoral Studies from Southwestern College, a MA in Theological Studies, and a M.Div. from Liberty University. Peter is married to Niki, and has two children. He has been saved by grace and seeks to share the Gospel with those who have been forgotten.
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