“Ordinary daily habits are like liturgies. “They are little routines of worship, and worship changes what we love” (11). That’s Justin Whitmel Earley’s premise in his book Habits of the Household: Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms (Zondervan, 2021). He contends that God works through habits to change parents, children, and families in conformity with Christ’s love.”
“You and I tend to segment our lives into categories of work and leisure, sacred and secular. Sunday rarely has much to do with Monday (and vice versa). Even if we want to begin the process of integrating faith with our work, we have so few role models to look up to. Let me tell you about a monk named Brother Lawrence.”
In this post, we see how Jason K. Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, assembles his sermons and suggests it for his students.