The Ordinary Life

Some thoughts from Michael Horton on the ordinary life and its value. A helpful balance to the radical movement, which can make the ordinary Christian feel like a failure. Here’s an excerpt:

The extraordinary weekend retreat was memorable, but it’s those ordinary moments filled with seemingly insignificant decisions, conversations, and touches that matter most. This is where most of life is lived.

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