Moving Towards People, a Good book and a Free Book

 Ed Welch has a great word for your heart over at the CCEF blog. Here is a bit of it:

There are a few ways I can go to church. One, I am preoccupied and am there because I should be there. Two, I want to hear the Word and respond in worship, but it is all very private. It is Jesus and me, though I can overhear the crying babies around me. Three, I want to hear the Word and respond in worship, I want to do that together with my brothers and sisters, and, as soon as the service is over, I want to move toward someone. The moving toward doesn’t have to be complicated. “How are you [really] doing?” is enough. When I move toward others on a Sunday morning I expect to have at least one more person to pray for.

Click here to read the whole thing.

Speaking of Ed Welch, if you haven read his book,”When People are Big and God is Small,” I would recommend you add it to your stack.

Lastly, we are giving away a copy of R.C. Sproul’s, “ The Prayer of Our Lord,” this week! To enter to win all you have to do is follow us on twitter if you don’t already or if you are following, retweet this post. You can retweet as many times as you like and each retweet will be counted as an entry to win. we’ll announce the winner next monday on the blog. Click here to follow us and enter to win!

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