Not sure what to do this weekend? Hop on board and journey through the internet. Below are some of my favorite links from the week. Here you will find articles, devotions, videos and more that are sure to be a blessing to you. These are meant to be both fun and informative, and thus are not merely time-wasters, so I would encourage you to visit them and learn from them this weekend.
(Note: This is something new I am trying here at Soli Deo Gloria that I think will be beneficial. Others do daily versions of this, which are great, but my goal is not to simply provide you with the same links. Instead I want to provide you with links I found to be the most informative, interesting, and insightful for the week (some of these may be the same as those other sites, but my goal is to find ones that are different based on my own readings from the week).
#1: What’s Your Bible Made Of: Crossway has done two articles about the materials of Bibles. The first is about the material of Bible covers while the second covers the unknowns about the paper your Bible is made from. Quite fascinating and worthwhile. Click the following links for the articles: Bible Covers and Bible Paper.
#2: The Holiness of God App: One of the most well-known teachings from one of the most-beloved teachers. Now you can get R.C. Sproul’s The Holiness of God from the Apple App Store. Not only can you watch the video series, but you can study it in depth and take quizzes afterward.
#3: Are You A Sending Church or A Sponsoring Church? As missionaries, the concept of what it means to support missionaries is important to me. This set of articles examines the difference between a sending church and a supporting church. Click here for part 1 and here for part 2. (Disclaimer: Both of these articles was written by me exclusively for the ApolLuo blog).
#4: We Still Cannot Serve Two Masters: A devotional written on Thursday this week, the author explores the meaning that one cannot serve two masters in relationship to our church and worship. It is a convicting article about what it means to worship God during our Church services.
#5: Through the Eyes of Spurgeon: The Prince of Preachers, Charles Spurgeon left a legacy as a great expounder of the Word that prevails even today. It will take about two-hours of your time, but this documentary on the life of Spurgeon is well-worth the investment of your time.
And that wraps up this week’s edition of the Weekend Expedition. May the links be an encouragement to you and build you up this weekend.