Amazon has a collection of board games on sale today (from Ravensburger and Wonder Forge) in case you’re doing some early Christmas shopping. As for Kindle deals, I found just one: The Envy of Eve by Melissa Kruger.
Westminster Books has a deal on some excellent Christmas books. Yes, Christmas is coming!
I appreciated Thomas Kidd’s reflections on Trump’s victory and some of the new challenges for Christians. (Also on the subject of the election, you may enjoy J.D. Vance’s Life Outside the Liberal Bubble.)
Did you know that people used to attempt to protect their precious books with curses? “At the beginning or the end of books, scribes and book owners would write dramatic curses threatening thieves with pain and suffering if they were to steal or damage these treasures.”
George Guthrie goes looking for some surprising characteristics of biblical faith.
Here’s just a little practical wisdom on taking that first step in a discipleship relationship.
This Day in 1908. 108 years ago today Gideons International placed their first Bible in a room at the Superior Hotel in Montana. *
This is kind of important if you’re a committed coffee drinker.
David Mathis: “From before we can even remember, we have been indoctrinated, at nearly every turn, with the idea that being ‘a leader’ means getting the gold star. Leadership is a form of recognition, a kind of accomplishment, the path to privilege. Being declared a leader is like winning an award or being identified among the gifted.”
This is amazing footage from the next Planet Earth. (Also, a short behind-the-scenes here.)
My neighbor is a public nuisance. It’s official, actually. She has been declared a nuisance which means the police are no longer obligated to respond to her phone calls. And she calls them a lot.
There is no greater delusion than the common idea that it is possible to live wickedly, and yet rise again gloriously .—J.C. Ryle