Crossway has several books on sale that relate to counseling: Unpacking Forgiveness by Chris Brauns ($2.99); Side by Side by Ed Welch ($3.99); Pursuing Peace by Robert Jones ($3.99); The Pastor and Counseling by Jeremy Pierre & Deepak Reju ($3.99); You Can Change by Tim Chester ($2.99). Also consider Love Your Enemies by John Piper ($2.99).
Crossway will give you a free electronic copy of John Owen’s Communion with the Triune God in exchange for filling out a quick survey.
The New Yorker uses games like Clash of Clans to display how people are willing to pay billions of dollars to relieve their impatience. Personally, I have a deep loathing for any games built around that financial model!
The Read Scripture series of videos advances to Esther, definitely one of the most unexpected books of the Bible.
Jim Elliff considers the important matter of the Christian’s identity: “Certainly what we are is entirely based upon God’s presence in us and His power bequeathed to us. We are nothing on our own. But in Christ, we are something beyond imagination.”
Joel Beeke attempts to reduce Calvinism to one core concept.
Ed Stetzer writes about how California’s religion liberty moment could soon be coming to a state near you.
This Day in 1736. 280 years ago today, George Whitefield preached his first sermon. In his lifetime, Whitefield preached at least 18,000 times. He addressed perhaps 10,000,000 hearers. *
Mike Ayers shares some wisdom.
You’ve got to have some history with 90’s-era Christian music to enjoy this one, but here’s John Schlitt of Petra singing the Whiteheart hit “Independence Day” (with Billy Smiley of Whiteheart on guitar).
It was two years ago that I posted this article which quickly became the most popular in the site’s history (with over 7 million reads now).
If we are interested in God, we should be interested in theology. —Michael Horton