Articles, Resources, and More (05/13/16)

A Plan for the Problem of Pornography

Pornography is not just a man’s problem. If it’s not something you or I struggle with, it probably affects someone we know. So, here are some suggestions for making a plan to fight against it or any other habitual sin. By God’s grace, there is power to break the stronghold. Read this post.

Where’s Your Heart?

Randy Alcorn has a challenging piece of advice when it comes to what we treasure: “Do you wish you cared more about eternal things? Then reallocate some of your money, maybe most of your money, from temporal things to eternal things.” Read this post.

Why Your Home Matters . . . Even Though It’s Far from Perfect

Whether you’re a mom of four, a college student living with roommates, or a single woman hosting weekly events, your home matters. You are constantly influencing and doing the work of discipleship. In the midst of all we can’t control, Barbara Rainey shares one things that will affect all the rest. Read this post.

Don’t Always Follow Your Conscience

Andy Naselli: “Your conscience is your consciousness of what you believe is right and wrong. It’s a generally reliable instrument, so as a general rule you should follow your conscience. But general rules have exceptions. That voice in your head is not necessarily God’s voice. Sometimes your conscience may be theologically incorrect.” Read this post.

How to Develop a Christian Ethic

Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission and a speaker at True Woman '16, gives three helpful tips to begin developing an understanding of biblical ethics. Read this post.

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About the Author

Lindsay Swartz

Lindsay Swartz

Lindsay Swartz serves at the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) as the managing editor of content. She completed her Master of Divinity at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and currently makes her home in Nashville, Tennessee, where she loves … read more …

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