Today’s Kindle deals include a number of titles on evangelism, including one by John MacArthur. Also, there’s a new one there from GLH Publishing which is discounted for a week or so.
Dispatches from the Front is a wonderful series of videos and Westminster Books has them on sale, including the newest one which has only just released.
Fred Sanders has a nice little roundup.
We are prone to romanticize suffering and the spiritual mountaintops we hear about. The reality isn’t always so sweet.
Have you ever wondered how ads work on YouTube? This video will let you know.
History is full of quirks and hilarity. Like this: “From the 1500s into the 1700s, British kings appointed lucky nobles the strangely prestigious chance to perform the king’s most private task of the day, as the Groom of the Stool.”
Denny Burk offers ten commonsense thoughts on the so-called Billy Graham Rule.
Monergism has compiled a list of some Reformed podcasts that may be of interest.
This is worth pondering: “I have been disappointed by how my job search in ministry has gone thus far. And that disappointment is perhaps one of God’s greatest blessings to me in this entire process.”
It happened again. A popular preacher said something in a sermon, it made its way to social media, and lots of people got upset. This happens quite often, doesn’t it? However, I am making an exception for one because I suspect quite a few people who saw it on their Facebook timeline are saying, “Hang on! What’s so wrong with what he said?”
A real Christian is known not by the cross he wears, but by the cross he bears.—Steve Lawson