Today’s Kindle deals include a new book from GLH Publishing that is discounted for the first week or two, as well as a couple of other titles that may be of interest.
WORLD does a short interview with Darrell Bock where they discuss and define evangelicalism. There are some helpful insights.
Al Mohler has begun a short series that will no doubt be thought-provoking. “The only authentic Christian response to the challenge of secularization is faithful, clear, and informed expository preaching.”
“Jesus never laughed,” or so the pamphlet said. An adolescent boy at the time, I found myself laughing at every little thing—too often during church services. Reading that pamphlet I wondered, “So he never laughed? What was wrong with him?”
If you’d like to enjoy the beauty of Iceland without getting cold, you can watch this video.
This Day in 1501. 516 years ago today the world’s first hymnbook in a language other than Latin was issued by the Bohemian followers of Jan Hus in Prague. It contained 89 hymns. *
This is a strong article about why congregational singing has declined in recent years, what we can do about it, and why it’s so important that we address it.
I had never heard of Martha Matilda Harper, a Christian Scientist entrepreneur who pioneered retail franchising and created the American hair salon industry. Atlas Obscura tells her story and it’s nothing short of fascinating.
There are some good insights here from John Piper. “I believe we live in a day where immersion in popular culture with all of its God-ignoring, sin-enjoying, pride-exalting assumptions is not only assumed to be harmless, but assumed to be necessary. Both of those assumptions are wrong — deadly wrong.”
Here are 6 deadly enemies of marriage, and Christian marriage in particular.
When we are consumed with God’s glory, we forget to worry about our own.—Hannah Anderson