There isn’t much new by way of Kindle deals, but do check in if you’ve been offline for a couple of days.
Also, here’s a roundup of this month’s top deals from Logos.
Here are thirteen quotes by Spurgeon about raising Godly children.
You know, in case the day comes.
“To judge the Sunday school book by its cover would be to make a grievous error. Just because one church down the road calls it ‘life groups’ or ‘connection groups’ and your church still refers to the Sunday morning gathering as ‘Sunday school’ doesn’t mean that your church is behind the times. Have you considered the many reasons why you should stop skipping Sunday school?”
Looking for some good reading? Here’s a selection of articles from the latest issue of Tabletalk.
This is fantastic: A club for men (and women) with dull hobbies.
Jim Elliff is always worth reading. “I don’t quite understand it. Everyone knows that King Solomon was the wisest man in the Old Testament. Yet, he had the most precipitous moral freefall of all the kings.”
How weak are we, that something as good as pastoral ministry cam make us conceited? Tim Keller explains the connection.
My children may need a vacation, but I need it more.
No chorus is too loud, no orchestra too large, no Psalm too lofty for the lauding of the Lord of hosts.—C.H. Spurgeon