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A La Carte (3/15)

Here are a few Kindle deals you may want to jump on: Carson and Moo’s Introduction to the New Testament, a really good reference volume, is on sale at $3.99. Greg Koukl’s book Tactics has been pushed down to the same price for a limited time; it is a very helpful book. Finally, The Essential Works of Thomas Watson are just $2.99.

Ligonier National Conference - The 2012 Ligonier National Conference, “The Christian Mind,” starts today at 1pm EST. During the conference R.C. Sproul will be joined by Sinclair Ferguson, Michael Horton, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler, and others. Together they’ll consider the importance of building a Christian worldview, the role of education in the Christian life, science and God’s natural revelation, defending the faith, and many other topics. You can watch it all live online.

Theological Commons - I may have linked to this before, but it’s worth the bookmark. Princeton has some 50,000 theological works available to read online through a slick reader.

Receiving Criticism - Mark Altrogge writes about how to receive critcism like a champ. “I don’t love to be criticized or critiqued.  I must admit, I don’t love ‘input’.”

Trek4TEF - In March of 2013 twenty adventurers will support The Elisha Foundation [A ministry I love!] by trekking from Lukla, Nepal to Everest Base Camp at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. This team, including two able bodied disabled participants, will push themselves to trek 16 days to more than 18,000 feet to raise money for TEF’s ministry to the disabled community and their families.

Family-Safe Movies - Bob Waliszewski has reviewed hundreds and hundreds of movies for Focus on the Family. Here he posts a list of his favorte family-safe movies.

iWallet - Your wallet may be the next victim of the digital explosion. Digital wallets are coming soon…

Christ comes with a blessing in each hand; forgiveness in one, holiness in the other. —A.W. Pink