Today’s Kindle deals include: Many volumes in the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series, The 100 Most Important Events in Christian History by Kenneth Curtis and Jesus Revealed by Mark D. Roberts. Get those deals and others here.
Westminster Books has their annual sale on the excellent Resources For Changing Lives booklets. They’ve got a number of associated books on sale as well.
Randy Alcorn tells a neat little tale and he tells it well.
“I often hear from Christians who want to find a mentor, but aren’t sure how to go about that. Often these believers know they would benefit from this kind of relationship, but they don’t know how it starts or what they should be doing. Here is some guidance on finding a mentor…”
Paul Carter did some research and found the situation is pretty good when it comes to the legal protection of religious liberty here in Canada.
Please don’t! “We ought not to be too hasty in labeling everything ‘Law’ for fear that it may contradict the balm of grace. Don’t write off the commandments of God as being somehow anti-grace and, therefore, anti-gospel.”
This Day in 1892. 124 years ago today, Sir Wilfred T. Grenfell arrived in Labrador, Newfoundland where he laboured as a missionary and physician for 42 years, helping build orphanages, hospitals and other community organizations. *
Trevin Wax came across some useful materials in which the author “lays out four ways in which the Babylonian empire sought to bring the Jewish exiles in line with their pagan ways. These strategies show us how the world, in every era, can pressure Christians to conform.”
Atlas Obscura (a site I really enjoy) writes about America’s largest outdoor theatre and how it’s filled with 700 lip-syncing Mormons.
True Woman is hosting a simulcast event later this year that may be of interest to you. “What could be more vital at this critical time, than for women to bow together before the God of heaven and earth and cry out to Him for mercy and supernatural intervention in our world, our nation, our churches, our cities, and our homes.”
Here’s an old Christian book meant to help you lose weight. It’s…different.
Biblical orthodoxy without compassion is surely the ugliest thing in the world. —Francis Schaeffer