A La Carte (April 4)

Good morning! I am about to make my way across the Pacific for my second Worship Round the World journey. I’ve got many miles to go today… There is a massive list of Kindle deals to go through today and it includes a lot of great commentaries. This month you can listen to Mitch Chase’s book on the resurrection for free at ONE Audiobooks. (Yesterday on the blog: Banksy and Beauty from Ashes) Pastors Are Paid to Stare Out the Window Every week I look forward to Jared Wilson’s column. I’m never disappointed by it! Apple Wants to Solve One of Music’s Biggest Problems This is a really interesting look at why Apple’s new classical music app is such a big deal (and just on time for Easter, too). “The world’s richest company released a sleek new product this week that was years in the making and had to meet its exacting standards before it was ready to be used by millions of people. But it wasn’t a phone, a gadget or an AI chatbot. The latest innovation from Apple was a better way of listening to classical music.” How Did the King of Kings Die? “In the ancient world there was a man declared to be ‘the King of kings’. His reign was very short but he was widely influential, had thousands of admiring followers, and his presence brought peace and hope to many. Yet his life was cut short through a premature death.” (This may not be the person you’re thinking of.) Did … Continue reading A La Carte (April 4)