Albert Mohler has a great post on Christian Missions in the Third Millennium.
On a similar, yet smaller, note Steve McCoy (the reformissionary) gives some great suggestions of practical ways to make quick connections to people in your community. The goal would be a relationship that led to sharing the gospel.
If you’re in the Chicago area, stop by the Legacy Conference. Here’s what Desiring God has to say about it – “For those who don’t know, The Legacy Conference is a theologically driven, discipleship oriented conference for urban youth. LeCrae, Shai Linne, Trip Lee, Flame, and others will be there teaching and performing. . . . Walk up registration is still available. Hope to see you there.”
Fight Club isn’t about bare knuckle boxing or Brad Pitt, but about small groups of people helping each other fight sin in gospel-centered relationships. Check out the Resurgence series promoting a forthcoming web-book by Jonathan Dodson. More info, including chapter summaries, can be found on Dodson’s blog.
Capital Hill Baptist is releasing their children’s church material on the web. It’s called Praise Factory and serves as a systematic theology for kids. Looks great!
Finally, the Ministry to Children blog shares the exciting news that Sally Lloyd-Jones’ book, The Jesus Storybook Bible, will be released as an audio book this Fall. The big plus is that it’s read by Aslan/Poirot himself, David Suchet.