Today’s Kindle deals include a series of short biographies, a couple of studies by Paul Washer, and several other picks.
If you’re looking for a daily devotional to guide you through next year, Westminster Books has a selection of them on sale.
Logos users will want to continue to keep an eye on the 12 Days of Logos sale. There are some really good deals there.
Family-friendly video service VidAngel has been ordered to shut down. This isn’t a great surprise as their solution was a very creative workaround to copyright laws. VidAngel is appealing the decision.
Be sure to watch Desiring God’s profile of Vaneetha Rendall Risner.
This is a good bit of analysis and application by Thomas Kidd. “There’s no doubt that active social media is not for everyone. If it causes you non-stop angst and frustration, you should consider dropping it.” But there’s more to the story…
This interesting video argues that we need to bring back visual comedy (as opposed to comedy based on two SNL characters talking back and forth).
Melissa has an important reflection today: “It is possible to grieve the end of our plans while still maintaining hope for the future. It’s possible to beg God for one outcome, and still praise Him in the middle of a different outcome. It’s possible to love and trust God when He doesn’t choose to rescue us or a loved one. It’s completely possible to be living through the most horrific hell we can imagine on this earth and still love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength.”
This Day in 1853. 163 years ago today Wesleyan abolitionists founded the Illinois Institute. This school would later become Wheaton College after Warren Wheaton, a local landowner, made a sizeable property donation. *
“A new report documents how the unsafe conditions and practices at abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood are a public health crisis that endangers women.” Joe Carter summarizes and interprets it.
Here’s the video from yesterday’s funeral of Helen Roseveare.
Erik’s tip won’t be a great fit for everyone (love languages and all that) but in general we husbands need all the help we can get!
I want the blessing and the joy that comes with obedience, with conformity to Christ. The question is, do I want it enough to endure temptation for it?
Every generation of Christian has to learn that whining is an affront against God’s sovereignty and goodness.—D.A. Carson