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Friday’s 5 to Live By

Friday's Five To Live By 2012

Each Friday our BCC staff links you to the top five biblical counseling and Christian living blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living.

7 Factors to Look for in a Church

R. W. Glenn shares What to Look for in a Church. If you were limited to a list of 7 factors to look for in a church, what categories would you include?

5 Signs You Need to Quit Blogging

This is an interesting post from an avid blogger. Aaron Armstrong shares 5 Signs You Need to Quit Blogging. If you listed your 5 signs why someone needed to quit blogging, what would you include in your list?

How Should Christians Respond to Noah the Movie?

Trevin Wax asks and answers the question How Should Christians Respond to Noah the Movie?

The Idol of Hospitality

Christian hospitality is both a calling and a gift. Like any calling and gift, we can use it for God’s glory or our own. In The Idol of Hospitality, Danielle Brooks describes how to keep gatherings Christ-centered.

You Can’t Catch Sin

Greg Chandler writes:

Sometimes, in our zeal to maintain our own purity and holiness, we conscientiously avoid spending time with people engaged in sexual immorality. But when we look at Luke 5:27-32, we see that Jesus spent time with people the religious elite had written off. He was welcoming and loving but not affirming of their sin. He called them to repentance. Here’s the truth—If you’re going to be on mission, you’re going to have to befriend lost people. Simple as that. You can’t catch sin.

Read the rest in You Can’t Catch Sin.

Join the Conversation

Which post impacted you the most? Why? What blog posts have you enjoyed this week that you want to share with others?

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