Today’s Kindle deals include a selection of great books from Matthias Media (which I don’t think I’ve ever seen on sale before). Now’s the time to read The Trellis and the Vine and other excellent titles.
(Yesterday on the blog: The Bone-Lazy Pastor)
Next month, HBO will release its new adaptation of Philip Pullman’s “His Dark Materials” books. Here’s a look at what the books are all about and why you should be wary watching them (or allowing your kids to watch them).
“So you want to be a missionary; what should you do? This question has one easy answer; talk to your church leaders and tell them about it.” Indeed. Please do that!
I took a slight step back, experience teaching me to not keep completely out of striking distance, which would only anger her further, but to be just far enough away for it only to sting when she hit out. She ripped open the envelope and with it tore a part of the paper within. Her eyes scanned the news and I stood there sweating, praying desperately for a good result and a pain-free evening. ‘Please God, please God, please God.’
Here are some of the ways Africa has been shining in recent days. “Africa shines whether we notice or not, but this week a lot of people have taken notice.”
While I understand why people ask, and understand the confusion, the short answer is no. The longer answer is at the link.
Writing for The Atlantic, John Inazu tells why the Democrats are going to regret Beto O’Rourke’s statement about revoking the tax-exempt status of religious institutions that oppose same-sex marriage.
Nitoy Gonzales rounds up five ways of finding trustworthy biblical answers to your questions.
It’s not that hard to bless your church, is it? Just open your Bible! “After studying Romans 8 with a group of ladies at church, I’ve been struck by the great gift it is to study God’s Word with God’s people. And not just any of God’s people, but the very sisters in Christ with whom I have covenanted through our local church.”
Today’s world gives you more opportunities than ever to use your words—to express them face to face, to type them into Facebook, to tap them into a text message, to speak them through Snapchat…Every one of your words displays your heart. Do your words set an example for others to imitate?
People do not drift toward Holiness…We slouch toward prayerlessness and delude ourselves into thinking we have escaped legalism; we slide toward godlessness and convince ourselves we have been liberated. —D.A. Carson