Another great song to encourage you this week:
I’m really enjoying this new song from Jeremy Camp!
Four hundred and 99 years ago, Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation by nailing his 95 Theses to the doors of the church at Wittenberg. But what led to that was his wrestling with the biblical text, particularly Romans 1 and the phrase “the just shall live by faith.” In this brief video, R.C. Sproul explains:
Performed by Chris Rice
Some music for your Monday inspired by my weekend. I had the incredible opportunity to see Preservation Hall Jazz Band play at DC’s own Lincoln Theatre last Friday. One of the songs they played was one of my favorites: “I’ll Fly Away.”
Their DC show was I’ll remember forever, but that’s a story for another day. Enjoy.
I present to you Jesus, I’ll Never Forget by Sam Cooke and the Soul Stirrers.
HRW Talks about the Olympics Refugee Team
The Rio Olympics are just days away and I just found out there is a team of refugees competing together. Their presence will highlight the massive and ongoing world refugee crisis. Human Rights Watch has a dispatch.
Michelle Lesley Tackles the Question: What is Contemplative Prayer?
She also tackles the follow up: is it biblical? The short answer is no, but check out her response here.
Infographic to help explain the Sudan/South Sudan history and conflict