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A La Carte (March 2)

Today’s Kindle deals include Christian Reading Companion for 50 Classics by James Stobaugh ($2.98); God’s Not Dead by Rice Broocks ($2.58); Jesus on Trial by David Limbaugh ($2.99); How to Preach Without Notes by Charles Koller ($2.21); Free Indeed by Richard Ganz ($2.87).

Logos users may want to check out some of the commentaries on sale this month: Preaching the Word commentaries on Exodus (30% off), Luke volume 1 and volume 2 (36% off), Acts (31% off). Also look at Cranfield on Romans at 40% off.

10 Ways to Increase Results in Meetings

Consider these 10 simple ways to increase results from your meetings.

Scott Kelly’s Year in Space

Scott Kelly spent a year in space and came back with some stunning photographs.

Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God?

I think we’ve all had just about enough of that question, haven’t we? Regardless, this answer gets right down to the essence of the question and its most obvious answer.

Book Deals

You might want to take a look at this week’s book deals from Westminster Books. They have discounted a selection of solid resources on the Old Testament. There isn’t a bad book among them!

Don’t Leave Your Wipers Raised

This article about cars in winter seems appropriate seeing as we have just been pummelled by a major winter storm.

5 Prayers to Pray For Your Husband

Here are 5 simple ways to pray for your husband. Please do pray for him in these ways!

This Day in 1979. 37 years ago today, “over 1,100 Christian organizations combined to form the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).” *

Steph Curry Is On Pace To Hit 102 Home Runs

I don’t follow basketball, but still enjoyed this article on Stephen Curry’s incredible season and the record he is on pace to destroy.

Black Skin and True Beauty

This is a good reflection on the nature of true beauty. “As a little girl I thought, ‘Why did people love to eat chocolate, but think the color of it was ugly on my skin?’ When I looked in the mirror, I thought I was pretty. The light was on; that made my skin appear to be light brown. I wished all the kids at my school were in the bathroom with me and could see me ‘light and pretty.’”

Carson

Walk humbly—you have far more to be humble about than you realize. —D.A. Carson


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