***Important Note: to create a more streamline look between the website, social media, and the blog there will be a name change. I’ll be updating the blogs name this weekend, it will be Tulips & Honey Hub from here on out.***
It’s Reformation month already? That’s crazy. This year has zipped by. Kayliegh will be turning 9 in less than two weeks, which is hard to believe when I just brought her home from the hospital what feels like yesterday! October always comes around too quickly. Before I get emotional, let’s get to the Mega List! Coming up next week on the Tulips & Honey Podcast will be an encouraging interview with Emma from MyRedemptionForHisGlory blog. She tells us about growing up in the church, God saving her, and her journey to blogging. Thursday, Lord willing, we’ll be dropping an episode on Suffering Well. As you know, Becca suffers from chronic pain that has only recently begun to let up. In that episode we give advice for how to help others suffering, and how to suffer well ourselves.
Also, because you guys have literally been supporting this podcast from day one with your prayers and encouragement, I pulled a bit of the Ray Comfort Interview early. The only way to get the video to post here on WP was to post it first on YouTube. I had wanted to make it exclusive for you all, but this was as close as I could get. Every time I was discouraged your comments pushed me forward. The Ray Comfort Interview wouldn’t have happened if not for so many brothers and sisters in Christ praying for me. Thank you all for your wondering kindness and support!
Recommendations this week start with this awesome article from Answers in Genesis regarding Saturns Rings. What an amazing creation God has made! My next recommendation is that you watch and share the beautiful act of Christian forgiveness and love shown by Brandt Jean when facing his brothers killer in court. Even the judge was in tears when he pleaded to have the opportunity to embrace her. You can’t hear what he’s saying to her, but I suspect he’s praying for her. Check it out here, and join me in ignoring the Social Justice Warriors who are attempting to take this gracious act and make it about race.
Today I’d like to review the book I interviewed Ray Comfort about. Faith is for Weak People: Answering the top 20 Objections to the Gospel. This book is set up almost like a text book, with questions at the end of each chapter. There are 20 chapters, each addressing an objection Ray has heard while evangelizing. He gives responses that show his humility, and love for the lost. You can find it in paperback, kindle, or audio here. I would recommend this book for all ages, but particularly I think it would work great for small groups and youth groups.
Suggestions? My suggestion to you for the weekend is that you learn something new about the Reformation. It’s Reformation month, after all! As always, beloved brethren, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.