Today’s Kindle deals include two excellent books by Joe Thorn, several titles meant specifically for preachers, and more. There’s lots to choose from.
Joe Carter rounds them up since “President Trump’s nominee to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, is scheduled to start his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee today.”
There’s a new edition of the 9Marks Journal available and it’s all about pastoring singles.
Robert Godfrey tells why he has such a deep love for the Psalms (which explains his new book Learning to Love the Psalms). I need to read it because I know I don’t love the Psalms as I should.
This is a good reminder from Aaron Armstrong.
This article does not acknowledge a Creator (though, interestingly, it capitalizes Evolution), but still points to some strange and fascinating creatures.
We all know that maturity takes time, so it’s important that we allow people time to grow. Especially our children.
Samuel James distinguishes between two kinds of anger and applies it to those who affirm or deny substitutionary atonement.
In all areas of life the Christian is to be that set of spectacles that allows people to see something beyond, something better, something greater. The Christian is to point to Christ and do to this he needs to be looked through, not at.
The ironic thing about legalism is that it doesn’t make people work harder, it makes them give up. —Burk Parsons