Welcome to December! There are lots of good Kindle deals to kick off the new month. They include: An Infinite Journey by Andrew Davis ($0.99); Love Into Light by Peter Hubbard ($0.99); Reckless Abandon by David Sitton ($0.99); Seeing and Savoring Jesus Christ by John Piper ($0.99); PROOF by Daniel Montgomery & Timothy Paul Jones ($2.99); Game Day for the Glory of God by Stephen Altrogge ($0.99); God With Us by K. Scott Oliphant ($2.99); Luke by J.C. Ryle ($2.99); On Guard by William Lane Craig ($4.99); Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace ($4.99); One Way Love by Tullian Tchividjian ($4.99); Live Like a Narnian by Joe Rigney ($0.99); The 3 Wise Women by Christin Ditchfield ($0.99); Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room by Nancy Guthrie (Free). Amazon has 2,000 other titles on sale today and you can browse the list here; they have a couple of their devices marked down as well.
Of all of that, here’s what I recommend: Buy An Infinite Journey by Andrew Davis and Love Into Light by Peter Hubbard, and then download Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room by Nancy Guthrie. You’ve spent $1.98 and gotten 3 excellent books.
You may want to keep an eye on my roundup of Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals for Christians. And now, here are some links for the day…
Free Audiobook - Free from Christian Audio this month is John Piper’s The Dawning of Indestructible Joy. Free from Logos this month is Opening Up Genesis by Kurt Strassner.
Tabletalk Magazine - Today only you can have a one-year subscription to Ligonier’s Tabletalk magazine for just $12.
A Unique Ministry - Brian Croft asks and answers, What is a unique and needed ministry in the local church for stay-at-home moms?
God’s Immediate Authority - Matt Perman has a really solid article on authority and leadership.
Joy: An Irish Christmas - Aileen and I really enjoyed the first stop on the Getty’s Christmas tour. You really ought to check the dates here and see if they are coming to your town. It’s a fantastic concert.
We See You, Calvin - Here’s a sweet article about disability.
Why Do These Pentecostals Keep Growing? - Ed Stetzer suggests why it is that Pentecostals keep growing even while other traditions go into decline.
It is a very ill omen to hear a wicked world clap its hands and shout “Well done” to a Christian man —C.H. Spurgeon