Today’s Kindle deals include a couple of books that are ideal for kids. You’ll also find Nancy Pearcey’s Finding Truth at a great price along with a few other choice titles.
This week’s deals from Westminster Books focus in on a Christian understanding of culture.
I don’t know about you, but I found this fascinating. And, for what it’s worth, I’m pretty sure I almost never say “eh.” Then again, few people know how often they use it.
“The hardest aspect of parenting is often not our lack of understanding, but our failure to persevere. As parents, what we need the most is go continue doing the little things every single day. There are three particular areas in which we need to persevere.” Yes, yes, and yes.
While on the subject of parenting, this is an interesting look at how digital technology is making parenting more difficult. There are some insightful comments about how we used to raise children compared to how we raise them today.
Joe Carter: “On Thursday, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that as part of the process to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Republican congressional leaders would include a provision that would prevent Planned Parenthood from receiving any federal funding. Here are ten reasons why every taxpayer should support congressional efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.”
Joe Carter’s also writing over at TGC and countering some of the messaging we hear about how smartphones are ruining our lives. It’s never so simple, is it?
This Day in 1946. 71 years ago today John Piper war born. Happy birthday, John! Enjoy your annual blizzard! *
Eric Davis summarizes some of what John MacArthur has taught on ministry longevity. MacArthur will soon complete his 48th year of pastoring the same church, so he speaks from experience.
This neat video uses a microscope/macro-lens to present the four seasons in our human world. That’s hard to explain, so you may just have to watch it to see what it’s all about.
John Dyer offers help in better securing your online life.
By encouraging our children to pray, we are teaching them the language, the practice, and the importance of prayer.
The reason the stone was rolled away on Jesus’s tomb was not so that Jesus could get out, but so that we could get in. —Tim Keller