Today’s Kindle deals include a selection of Christian books plus a monthly listing of general market titles.
I’m not familiar with this month’s free book from Christian Audio, but Total Truth at $5 is a great deal.
You can get a solid free book from Logos, then add two more excellent ones for just $1.99 and $4.99. Don’t miss out on that Acts commentary for that price!
(Yesterday on the blog: Little Words That Make All the Difference)
“Billy Graham preached to more than 215 million people in more than 185 countries. He met with at least a dozen presidents and heads of state. Graham appeared in the top ten of Gallup’s most-admired men in the world 61 times, far more than any other person. Ronald Reagan is his closest competition, making the list 31 times. So why is the celebrated Graham going to be buried in a plywood casket built by prisoners in Louisiana?” It’s a neat story.
Jordan Standridge writes about an interesting evangelistic conversation he had with a young Roman Catholic man.
“Yvonne Dowlen discovered a lifelong love of figure skating the moment she stepped on the ice. Her passion led to a career as a touring performer with the Ice Capades that lasted almost 50 years.” What a sweet story.
Joe Carter explains why this is a big deal: “Wheaton College’s decision to stand up to an illegitimate government mandate leads to a victory for religious liberty.”
Here’s a quick reminder about something that matters.
20schemes is overseeing the planting of churches in communities across Scotland, from the cities to the Highlands. This video shows some of the excellent work they are doing.
In short, you don’t always need to be right. In fact, sometimes insisting on being right is just plain wrong.
Not only is this a difficult question, but it’s also a kind of uncomfortable one. Dr. Gregory Wills answers in Honest Answers.
There are two ways to ruin our relationship with the Giver of all things. The first is to ignore him and focus entirely on his gifts. This temptation to idolatry is ever present, and we must remain vigilant against it. The second way is to ignore the gift and focus entirely on the Giver.
If cruelty rejoices with those who weep, envy weeps with those who rejoice.—Matt Smethurst