I’ve dug up just 3 new Kindle deals today: Tulip by Duane Edward Spencer, Transforming Grace by Jerry Bridges, and Pleasing God by R.C. Sproul. You can always find new deals at the Kindle Deals for Christians page.
I sorted through the monthly Logos deals and found a few noteworthy ones: The excellent Focus on the Bible Commentaries are $110 off; You can save 28% on the David Platt sermon archive; The Oxford History of the Christian Church series is $140 off; you can save 27% on Theologians on the Christian Life volumes.
I quite agree: “The world of business has a bad name because most people—including those running businesses—don’t know why they exist.”
This is a really neat article and interview about church libraries.
This is so interesting. This crab changes shells…then carefully moves the anemones that have been clinging to it.
Paul Tautges outlines some of the dangers that can come from talking too much.
A photojournalist tells what happens when he receives White House press credentials and is invited to cover a presidential visit.
This Day in 1973. 43 years ago today J.R.R. Tolkien, writer of the famed Lord of the Rings Trilogy, died at the age of 82. *
I appreciate what Josh here says about the pastoral prayer—a crucial element of a worship service!
Guam is one of those interesting nations that doesn’t fit any clear category. This short video explains it.
I’m not able to lead this family, I’m not able to make decisions on behalf of this church, I’m not able to speak truth into this situation, I’m not able to stand up there and speak. I am quite certain that you have found yourself battling similar fears.
Not all “God-sized” visions are from God. Many are from a god-sized ego, and have no claims on God’s provision. —J.R. Vassar