Creative Disciple Newsletter
November 25, 2023

Thankful for Christ and Christian Hospitality

We hosted Thanksgiving for the first time this year. What a joy! Afterward, I wrote a quick reflection, encouraging readers to consider hosting Thanksgiving for gospel advancement and biblical hospitality. I also included a few photos of the day. To see more, connect with me on Facebook.

Now, for some notable links …

#Gospel Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a former Muslim, discusses her conversion to Christianity and provides insights into the challenges Western civilization is encountering.

#Culture While it’s encouraging that momentum is diminishing, it’s important to remember that trans madness continues to impact and, in some cases, devastate lives. Here’s Carl Trueman on it.

#ChristianLife Reagan Rose tells us what social media does to our souls. Kevin Halloran offers a short prayer for anxiety.

#ForFun Stephen Nichols answers the question, “What is Thanksgiving Day?” and provides some biblical reflections worth reading.


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Weekly Wallpaper

The Christmas season is a time of literal brightness, with houses and stores adorned in lights that shine and flicker, illuminating the human spirit. Yet, no seasonal bulb shines as brilliantly as Christ, who became the light to draw the world from darkness towards heaven, reminding us that our salvation lies in Him, as the light of the world.

I’d love to hear from you. Just hit reply to let me know what you thought of this week’s newsletter, share link ideas for future issues, or just say hello!

Until next time.

For the Kingdom,
Jacob Abshire

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