Today’s Kindle deals include a few good options, three of them excellent choices by John Stott.
Here is one for the baseball fans. Roy Halladay was one of my all-time favorite players (and my son’s) and it was truly sad to hear of his death. (This is also a great tribute.)
Here is an Ask Pastor John with John Piper that deals with the subject of entertainment.
There are spiritual analogies to be found here! “Two hundred years ago an aspiring art conservator, perhaps—took a brush and coated a 1618 oil painting of a lady in red with a thick coat of ostensibly protective varnish. Over the decades, the varnish naturally discolored, turning first yellow and then brown, until the whole painting appeared covered in grime. Now—in a flourish—those two centuries of discoloration are gone. ”
A photomicrograph, which is any image taken through a microscope, reveals in incredible detail the wonder of God’s creation.
This is an interview with Laura Perry. Laura was born a woman but lived as a transgender male for ten years before God brought her to himself. (Also perhaps read this account of a teen who first transitioned and then returned.)
J. Warner Wallace has been taking a careful look at many of the non-canonical gospels. It’s a solid series!
“In the wake of yet another tragic mass shooting, this time affecting another church, we’re called to reflect again about how to process these events. Many writers have discussed how to grieve, heal, and avoid living in fear following heartbreaking tragedies. Today I want to advocate for a marginalized group often indirectly hurt by the public response to these events: those who struggle with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, and other emotional difficulties.”
How do you know that you really get the gospel, that you really understand and believe it? Or perhaps better said, how do you know that the gospel has really gotten you, that it has taken hold of you and begun to permanently transform you?
Is there any pleasure on earth as great as a circle of Christian friends by a good fire? —C.S. Lewis