I am probably not the only one succumbing to necessity and beginning to search YouTube for “how to cut your own hair.” The government has warned it could be a long time before non-essential businesses like barbers are allowed to open again…
Today’s Kindle deals include some really good options, including D.A. Carson’s The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures, a massive book that is usually very expensive.
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Any leader is prone to the temptations that come with success. “Other battles in life might grow easier, and other realities of age let you slow down. But not the fight for humility. If you would presume to continue leading a church or other ministry over decades, your fight must not slacken, but increase. Don’t be like David or his son Solomon. Both were godly and talented men. But both grew complacent with age, to the hurt of their nation.”
Even when so much has changed, the most important things remain constant.
A new streaming service, Redeem TV, has been launched to help families make the best use of their lockdown screentime. If you are like me, you have found that being home with kids 24 hours a day results in the need for some entertaining, challenging, and encouraging content for TV time. (SPONSORED LINK)
Justin Taylor explains how and why we are living in the last days.
Someone has finally written an explanation for the toilet paper shortage, and one that really makes sense. It turns out hoarding isn’t to blame. There’s a far simpler explanation…
Southern Seminary has put together a series of brief videos to equip church leaders as they lead through this unique time.
Speaking of church leaders, I think Steven Kryger is right when he tells pastors that there’s never been a better time to pick up the phone.
Like Anne Kennedy, I’ve been getting MasterClass advertisements constantly sent my way. “It’s an interesting mashup—on one hand, a proliferation of Masterclass offerings (which I will get to in just a moment) and also several memes in other places about how one of the worst parts of about the covid-19 war is that no one wants to trust coronavirus experts. What do they know? Are they even on Instagram or anything?”
Looking at the Bible God has given us, and considering how I would write my own, makes something clear: No human would ever write the Bible. Not this Bible.
In Genesis 15, God walks through the pieces to show that he would rather die than break his word. In Jesus Christ, God walks the lonely path to the cross where he will die in order to keep his word. —Trevor Laurence