Joe Carter reflects on the series of inexplicable killings that have happened this week in America. (Also, this from RAAN.)
Christian Audio invited me to put together a bundle of books. If you sign up for a 30-day trial membership (and yes, it’s actually free) you will receive all 4. Or you can purchase them for $4.98 each.
“It is hard for busy moms to find time to get into the Word. Kids don’t necessarily understand that you need a quiet time. Here are some steps you can take to stay consistent in the Word…”
On a similar note, here are 8 ways to make the most of your Bible reading.
There is a new issue of Credo magazine for you to enjoy. It’s free to download or read online.
I enjoyed reading this brief history of P&R, a publisher that has been a blessing to the church since 1930.
This Day in 1741. 275 years ago today, Colonial Congregational minister Jonathan Edwards preached his classic sermon at Enfield, Connecticut: “You are thus in the hands of an angry God; ‘tis nothing but his mere pleasure that keeps you from being this moment swallowed up in everlasting destruction” *
Carl Trueman: “A popular, longstanding, and effective member of a schoolboard has had to stand down—not because he does not enjoy the confidence of the community, but simply because he does not accept the latest demands that every knee must bow to whatever the political taste of the moment has decided is non-negotiable.”
Here’s an interview I did with Dr Chris Richards who wrote some excellent books on having “the talk” with your children.
The greatest sorrow and burden you can lay on the Father, the greatest unkindness you can do to him, is not to believe that he loves you. —John Owen