Today’s Kindle deals include a kind of grab bag that includes all sorts of different books.
You may be interested in this new album by Cardiphonia which explores the whole of Psalm 119 in 22 songs.
(Yesterday on the blog: How To Discover and Deploy Your Gifts)
“It’s quite common for ostensibly evangelical pastors, teachers, and authors to share ministry platforms with those who preach a gospel other than that which was “once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). Many evangelicals find this pattern of association to be dangerous, damaging, and confusing. They argue that it’s not only unwise to share public ministry platforms with false teachers, but that it is in fact sin. Are these critics correct, or are they overreacting? Thankfully, we don’t have to try and use our own wisdom to try and untie this knot. Scripture speaks plainly and clearly on the matter.”
You can read, watch, or listen to this rather interesting discussion on African ancestral worship from TGC Africa.
Free Ebook: Awe by Paul David Tripp (SPONSORED LINK)
Humans are hardwired for awe. Whether it’s the Grand Canyon, a beautiful work of art, or the birth of a baby, we love to be amazed. But there’s something—or Someone, rather—who surpasses all others: God himself. Helping us kindle an ever-growing passion for God’s glory, Awe: Why It Matters for Everything We Think, Say, and Do, by Paul David Tripp reminds us of the role awe plays in shaping everything we choose, decide, think, desire, say, and do. Reflecting on how awe for God impacts our approach to spiritual warfare, ministry, material things, and more, Tripp will energize your love for God by opening your eyes afresh to the glory of his love, grace, and power.
This is pretty silly, but they at least did it well! (Also, I don’t at all care for the enneagram, so save your hate mail!)
This article has some interesting things to say about how teenage dating is not how the movies make it. “Kids who don’t date in high school are less depressed, more together and generally more set up for success than the popular kids in every respect. So how did we get it all backwards for so long?”
Joe Carter provides 9 things you should know about global poverty.
“I had a friend who used to answer a common question in an uncommon way. He has since moved to another city, but his response has never left me. For a long time, when I would ask how he was, he gave a three-fold response…”
I suppose it should come as no surprise that the Bible has a great deal to say about anger. Anger is, after all, not only a result of sin but also a common cause of sin.
Our ultimate goal is not to help people feel better. We have a much more important goal: to help them be better.—Harold Senkbeil