THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY: WEEKEND ROUNDUP FOR MARCH 29, 2019
AARON LEE | MARCH 29, 2019 | 2 MIN READ
Thank you to everyone who attended SOLA Conference 2019: The Prevailing Church! On the SOLA Facebook page, check out 300 photos from the conference and tag your friends.
Please fill out our Conference Feedback Survey and enter to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards. Entries are due Sunday, March 31, 11:59 PM. Winners will be contacted Tuesday, April 2.
We have a variety of links today with fresh and refound content. If you would like your work to be on my radar, please tweet me @musicgoon or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the Christianity Today archives, here is a mother’s reflection on babies with Down syndrome and what really matters.
Diamond Bar High School senior Charlene Hao shares her struggles with social media and challenges us to be fully known in Christ.
Writing for the Washington Post, David Zahl offers perspective on parenting and pride.
Author Randy Alcorn reshared this article originally published at 9marks.org. Whitney Woollard is a writer, speaker, and women’s Bible teacher in Portland, Oregon.
“The Western art market is desperate to get into China. Why hasn’t the reverse occurred?”
"In this issue, a case is made for divine impassibility, one that refuses to turn God into a victim, or make him vulnerable to emotional fluctuation and suffering.”
In this 25-minute podcast, TGC's Collin Hansen interviews Christopher Yuan on Holy Sexuality and the Gospel.
In this 2-minute video from TGC, Nancy Guthrie makes her case for women to center their Bible studies around Jesus.
“Without receiving Jesus' saving work on the cross, we are spiritually dead (Eph 2:1). The Bible doesn't dance around this at all. It gets straight to the point . . . [this is the] unequivocal truth.”
“First impressions last a lifetime . . . Each Sunday, newcomers [are] having their first impression of your church community, [of] Christians, and [maybe even of] Jesus. Do you consider what the newcomer’s first worship experience at your church will be like?”
Introducing our new #ConvoswithSOLA series where we interview people who love Jesus doing things for Jesus with excellence and distinctiveness. Rachel J. Lee (Ray Charles Lee) works at the Antiracist Research and Policy Center in Washington, DC.
“Guests to your church form their opinions about Jesus based on how they feel during their first experiences with a church. This is why hospitality matters.”
In case you missed it, here is our roundup from last week. So What Was It Like Being Married to Someone Pursuing Medicine?, China Tells Christianity To Be More Chinese, 15 Words of Comfort for Those Walking Through Pain/Suffering, The Other LA College Cheating Scandal — The One You Might Have Missed, and 10 Reasons Why the Bible Regards Women Higher than All Other Systems.
Aaron Lee serves as the Social Media Officer of First Chinese Baptist Church of Walnut. He is a Sunday School teacher and music leader. He works as a Registered Nurse Clinical Analyst. He and his wife, Jess, live in Alhambra, a city in California’s San Gabriel Valley, home to the largest concentration of Asian American communities in the United States. His music, podcasts, and articles about worship and art are on his website.