A La Carte (3/12)
Steven Curtis Chapman - Andrew Peterson writes about touring with Steven Curtis Chapman: “Everyone I know in Nashville who knows Steven has said to me something like, "I love Steven. He's a good man." But from the first week of the tour I discovered that Steven isn't a good man. He’s as sinful as the rest of us. He wears his weakness on his sleeve. He's quick to share his pain and his struggle.”
There Is Hope! - Be sure to read Greg Lucas’ proclamation of hope even in the darkest valleys of loving and dealing with a disabled child.
On Kony and Viruses - My wife and I have both been reading this blog (written by missionaries who were in Uganda for 17 years) for a good long time so were anxious to get their take on Kony and the recent Kony 2012 campaign. They offer both praise and critique.
Monergism Books - Monergism Books has a coupon for you that will get you 10% off your entire order (over $55). With prices already lower than Amazon, you can save some good money here. Create your order, look for the “coupon code” box, and input coupon code march2012.
The Father Said No - Thabiti Anyabwile offers five reasons that the Father said “No” when Jesus asked him to take away the cup of God’s wrath.
Blue Like Jazz - The movie adaptation of Blue Like Jazz is coming to theatres in a month; here is an interesting early review of it.
I consider looseness with words no less of a defect than looseness of the bowels. —John Calvin