Today’s Kindle deals include a massive sale on excellent commentary sets as well as a few solid books.
Amazon has a large selection of board games on sale today.
This is a rather thought-provoking article. “For my husband and me, offering hospitality has meant breaking down a common church practice: sitting together as a family. Here are five reasons why we often separate on Sunday mornings…”
There is a special commemorative issue of Tabletalk for R.C. Sproul that’s available for free download.
“Have you noticed the latest buzz word tossed around Christian circles? Brokenness. Listen, and you will hear it. Songs in worship gatherings and on Christian radio contain it. Churches use it on their websites to describe their culture to potential visitors. Pastors and leaders stand on stage and explain how broken they are and how their church is a place for broken people. Congregants use the word to describe themselves. Brokenness has never been so popular.”
Here’s an interesting take on the critiques of Chick-Fil-A. “The fast-food chain’s ‘infiltration’ of New York City ignores the truth about religion in America. It also reveals an ugly narrow-mindedness.”
Not that I’d recommend breaking into this place or any other place, but it’s still fun to think about: What’s the most secure place in the world?
“On Wednesday and Thursday, the modern state of Israeli celebrated the 70th anniversary of its Declaration of Independence. Here are nine things you should know about the creation of the modern Israeli state.”
I enjoyed this brief video in which Jerry Bridges tells why you never outgrow the gospel.
While people sit and listen to the speaker, they grab ahold of memorable phrases, type them down, and send them out to the world via social media. Is it a good idea to tweet during a sermon?
You’ve been saved from the worst thing that could ever happen to you, and for the best thing that could ever happen to you!—Blake Boylston