Today’s Kindle deals include several titles from the Christian market and also a few from the general market.
There’s lots to ponder in this article.
Dr. Stephen Wellum answers a common question: “If Jesus already died for my sins, why do I need to pray for forgiveness every time I sin?”
This article may be helpful to people involved in ministry and witnessing the roller coaster effect that comes with it.
The mustang, once the symbol of the frontier, has become a massive nuisance.
“Whatever your views on origins and evolution, we can hopefully all agree that, at present, we give far too much honor to the British thinker who justified genocide.”
I think just about every parent today feels overwhelmed by the sheer volume of digital technology in our lives and homes.
“As long at there have been Christian witnesses there have been temptations toward evangelistic apathy. The 19th Century English pastor and author writes in his book, The Christian Ministry, that we need more ‘parlour preaching.’ He defines this as ‘the ability to introduce the subject of religion seasonably and acceptably into social intercourse’.”
I find one of the trickiest matters of Christian living to be the matter of motives. I often find myself wondering why I do the things I do. Just as often, I find myself wondering why I do not do those things I refuse to do.
The more obscene symbol in human history is the Cross; yet in its ugliness it remains the most eloquent testimony to human dignity.—R.C. Sproul