If you have a Kindle and are into Christian fiction, you may like to check out today’s Gold Box Deal at Amazon. They are offering the first novel in a whole list of series for $1.99. Also on Kindle you can get Alexander Strauch’s Men and Women: Equal Yet Different for $4.99.
Lost - Al Mohler says you should watch this video. He’s right.
Fred Phelps and the Anti-Gospel of Hate - Speaking of Al Mohler, he has written about the death of Fred Phelps. “The announcement was made on his church’s website. The wording was simple: ‘Fred W. Phelps Sr. has gone the way of all flesh.’ Thus brings to an end one of most bitters lives in modern history — and one of the most harmful to the Gospel.”
Set Adrift - WORLD magazine has a long profile on Douglas Phillips whose ministry exploded in the midst of scandal. The writer goes looking for lessons in the midst of it all.
God’s Not Dead - I was able to watch the new movie God’s Not Dead a few days before it came out and chose not to review it. I agree with just about all the points in this review, and especially this: “There are countless sub-plots, and each takes every available chance to unfortunately stereotype, almost to the point of offensiveness, every people group represented.”
New and Old Calvinism - Rick Phillips has begun a series on the New and Old Calvinism. He will suggest these four points: “Old Calvinism should avoid being overly critical but should rejoice in the New; Old Calvinism should not be threatened by or feel pressure to conform to the New; Old Calvinism should humbly listen to the New, benefiting from its insights and critiques; Old Calvinism should zealously seek to serve rather than to undermine the New.”
God Had a Plan - Rebecca writes about her plans for her day, and God’s plan for her day.
I never knew a man escape failures in either body or mind who worked seven days a week. —Robert Peel