At our Newy am Weekend Away this year I shared a book review with some radical advice for how to get going again on your Christian reading. It came from my own reading experiences and my recent Marie Kondo / decluttering activities. I’ve turned that advice into a blog post for Gotherefor.com (link below). Enjoy, and all the best with your reading.
I’ll confess straight up I’m not a great singer – I missed the cut in choir auditions at school. Neither am I any sort of dancer – I’m the guy who leaves the wedding / party once the dancing starts.My emotional life pretty much plays itself out internally. But despite all this, I think I’ve got a few ideas worth sharing about how to sing in church – especially for naturally reserved people like me.
Psalm 1 describes the blessing of the person who does not “walk in the counsel of the wicked” but “delights in the law of the LORD, and on his law he meditates day and night” (Ps 1:1-2).And just like we want our kids to have all sorts of good things in life, we want them to have the spiritual blessing of knowing God’s word. But sometimes it’s hard work getting into the Bible and especially the Old Testament. Here’s a few ideas to get you started (or refreshed) with reading the Old Testament with your kids.