We’ll start with Kindle deals: Crossway has their Foundations of Evangelical Theology series on sale for $4.99 each: The Cross and Salvation; To Know and Love God; No One Like Him; He Who Gives Life; Sojourners and Strangers. Also consider Gospel Formed by J.A. Medders (free); Joshua by Robert Hubbard (NIVAC) ($5.99); 1, 2, and 3 John by Karen Jobs (ZECNT) ($5.99); Scripture and Counseling by Bob Kellemen ($5.99); The Crucified King by Jeremy Treat ($1.99); Raised? by Jonathan Dodson ($0.99). There are far more than I can list here—you can find a complete list of new and updated deals at Kindle Book Deals for Christians.
Should We Leave Our Children Inheritances? - Thanks to Randy Alcorn for addressing this question.
R.C. Sproul on Mark - Logos users will want to grab R.C. Sproul’s commentary on Mark while it is free.
When the Sin of Sloth Sneaks Up on You - “One day I woke up and realized that I was stressed out about the chaotic state of my life. There was no relaxation, EVER. But, it wasn’t because I never sat around. It was because I was sitting around too much. I was avoiding what I didn’t want to do, and it was making me miserable.”
The Strange Life of ‘Lord’ Timothy Dexter - This is an interesting little bit of history.
The View from the Ash Heap - Scholar Daniel Block reflects on sitting at his grandson’s side while he endures cancer treatments.
Which Promises Are for Me? - Jen Wilkin helps you understand which of the Bible’s promises are for you (and what may not be).
A Mother’s Brain - Here’s what happens to a woman’s brain when she becomes a mother. “From joy and attachment to anxiety and protectiveness, mothering behavior begins with biochemical reactions.”
The weakest faith gets the same strong Christ as does the strongest faith. —Sinclair Ferguson