Today’s Kindle deals include a diverse little collection that includes at least one for kids.
(Yesterday on the blog: A Few Practical Pointers on Marriage)
Stephen McAlpine reflects upon the death of a celebrity. “What is it about a celebrity death that shocks us? Partly it’s because we believe that they belong to all of us. There’s a faux intimacy between a celebrity and the world that both sides of that divide will admit. Their death draws us in just as their life did.”
You’ve probably wondered, as I have, how those all-you-can-eat buffets manage to turn a profit. Here’s the inside scoop.
Dr. Robert Plummer speaks about inerrancy and infallibility in this brief video from Southern Seminary.
When snowfall or heavy rain hits an airport, how do airlines decide which flights to operate and which ones to cancel or delay?
H.B. Charles Jr. writes about rejoicing through all of life’s circumstances. “The tribulations of life are inevitable. But they do not have the last word. The crucified and risen Christ is the world conqueror. The Lord Jesus Christ reigns over heaven and earth. This includes all of the blessings and burdens of your private world. Rejoice in this glorious truth now and forever.”
Kimberly Wagner: “I think one reason the melancholy fog descends so quickly after the new year is that we anticipate a new day, a new start, a new something that will be different. And better. And wonderful. And when that doesn’t happen, we’re left disappointed and maybe even a tinge cynical.”
This is an incredible video that showcases the area I judge the most beautiful I’ve ever seen.
To strengthen your fight against sexual immorality and your striving toward sexual purity, I encourage you to evaluate yourself in light of questions like these…
Our primary problem as Christian women is not that we lack self-worth, not that we lack a sense of significance. It’s that we lack awe. —Jen Wilkin