#FaithandCulture Reading: Incredibles 2, Women’s Ministry, Populism, Art

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In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. Today we highlight articles from Bruce Ashford, Julia Bickley, Anna Daub and Collin Huber.

Top 5 Women’s Ministry Books Every Pastor Should Read

“Here are five volumes for every pastor’s library that will strengthen the shepherding of women,” writes Julia Bickley at The Pastor’s Center.

‘Incredibles 2’ and the Importance of Starting Small

Incredibles 2 feels like scrolling through a Twitter feed. It covers a lot of topics without saying much at all. In some ways, it’s a reminder to start small,” argues Collin Huber at The Gospel Coalition.

An Evangelical Guide to Populism (1): An Introduction to Populism

Bruce Ashford has published a series of articles on an evangelical guide to populism. Here’s his first entry: “Although populism is not itself an ideology, it often taps into ideological resources as a means to an end.”

Art as Gospel Witness: An Indian Christian and His Poetry

This week, we featured an article on poetry. Our friends at the International Mission Board did as well. Anna Daub writes, “Sastri was considered the evangelical king of poetry, a craftsman who understood his trade and executed it beautifully to spotlight the stories of Christianity.”

What articles would you recommend this weekend?

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