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Today’s Kindle deals include a number that are worth a look.
(Yesterday on the blog: 4 Guidelines for Dating Without Regrets)
Kevin DeYoung shares some observations from the decline of mainstream churches.
I appreciate this call to get outside this summer to ensure we’re letting nature do its job.
“Many Christians are terrified of evangelism. It is the kind of thing we know we should be doing but we don’t get around to, like flossing or exercise. It is easy to come up with all kinds of excuses not to tell other people about Jesus.” Here are simple tips meant to help you get going.
What’s the Lord’s Supper all about? This article is a refresher of sorts.
Samuel James explains how he’d attempt to explain a Christian view of transgenderism to someone who is not a Christian.
This is a neat illustration and reminder that Jesus truly came and dwelt among us.
Sin obscures the truth, it blinds us to our own flaws, it persuades us that vice is virtue and virtue vice.
Set not your heart upon the world, since God hath not made it your portion.—Samuel Rutherford