Today’s Kindle deals include just two books, but both are solid. Be sure to check out Faker for your teens.
Westminster Books is selling and discounting the Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible. Even if you’re not a KJV user it’s a good study Bible from a conservative Dutch Reformed perspective. Meanwhile, Christian Audio has about a dozen Bibles for sale in audio at just $7.49 each.
You probably know the answer, but may do well to read why it’s so important. Kevin DeYoung explains.
I quite enjoyed this tale, this memory. “Once upon a time, long long ago, before people knew better than to celebrate Christmas in schools, when the principal could still haul a student to the office for a whopping, a second grade teacher formed a choir.”
“Feeling weary today? Distant from God? Anxious? Uncertain? In this article Tim Keller warms our hearts with seven breathtaking privileges of being a child of God set out by Paul in Romans 8:14-17…”
Here’s a neat, animated history of France in about 5 minutes.
Parents would do well to read and consider this one. It asks, when every moment of childhood can be recorded and shared, what happens to childhood?
This Day in 1608. 408 years ago today John Milton was born. Beyond writing his most famous work, ‘Paradise Lost,’ Milton authored an exposition of Christian doctrine, a plan for Christian education and political works. *
I always enjoy reading what Christel Humfrey writes.
Airlines instituted baggage fees when fuel prices spiked. Fuel has gone back down, but the fees have remained. Why? And is there any benefit to the consumer?
D.A. Carson: “Probably it’s a sign of my advancing years, but not infrequently a young pastor or a theological student asks me the question, ‘What choices did you make to get to where you are today?’ I fear I always have to disabuse the questioner. No one is more surprised than I am at the turns my life has taken.”
Anger can be righteous or unrighteousness, sinless or sinful. Here are 3 marks of righteous anger.
A child can have no greater inheritance than the godly teaching and example of his parents.—John MacArthur