Every month or so, I round up some of my favorite links from around the web. Here's what I found this month.
Infographic: How Is Your Phone Changing You? - The fascinating results of a study Crossway conducted on smartphone usage.
Let No One Despite You For Your Youth: A Vision For the Next Generation - A powerful and profound sermon from John Piper for young people.
Ana Harris Writes - My friend Ana Harris has dealt with some the most intense physical suffering of anyone I know. She recently started a blog to chronicle her story and the hope and encouragement she finds in the midst of it.
50 Ways To Live Life On Your Terms - You won't agree with everything in this article, but I found a lot to affirm and appreciate.
Gospel, Youth, and Jaquelle Crowe - I was recently on Doctrine and Devotion, Joe Thorn and Jimmy Fowler's podcast, if you're interested in listening.
Report: Millennials Have a Different View of What Being an 'Adult' Means - "When asked what being an adult means, the top two answers from millennials were finishing school (60 percent) and being financially secure—meaning a full-time job and being able to support their own families (50 percent)."
Paleo Bars That Taste Like Brownies - I love food. And I love nutrition. So from time to time, I'll be sharing recipes I'm excited about. This is one I'm hoping to try soon (because a) it's way cheaper than buying Larabars and b) it's mega easy).
Guiding Principles for Making a Home - "William Morris, 'Have nothing in your home that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.' I split this up in a couple of ways."
13 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying Anything For Your Wardobe - Thoughtful and relevant.
This Is About That - A beautiful video on marriage and the gospel.