Today’s Kindle deals include a handful of books that may be of interest.
Westminster Books has Bibles on sale that have been priced to give away.
(Yesterday on the blog: God Gave Me Three Children (and Three Friends))
Trevin Wax: “We are swimming upstream these days when we look for opportunities to show kindness. In a culture where bullying is confused with strength and where insults fly from so many elected officials as a sign of ‘toughness,’ we might fall for the lie that showing kindness is the wimpy way of compromise.”
The Bible isn’t boring, despite some people’s best efforts to make it so!
Here’s how disaster-relief organizations mobilize to bring help in the aftermath of disasters.
I’m glad it’s not just me who’s noticing that iOS 13 and Catalina are a little on the buggy side. “iOS 13 and macOS 10.15 Catalina have been unusually buggy releases for Apple. The betas started out buggy at WWDC in June, which is not unexpected, but even after Apple removed some features from the final releases in September, more problems have forced the company to publish quick updates. Why? Based on my 18 years of experience working as an Apple software engineer, I have a few ideas.”
It’s a simple tip, but an effective one, I’m sure.
The dinner table can play a surprisingly large place in the life of the Christian.
Here’s a new episode of Ask Anything Live with Albert Mohler. He answers lots of really interesting questions.
There is nothing wrong and everything right with a great headline. There is nothing right and everything wrong with clickbait. Sometimes the difference between the two is subtle or subjective, but it’s usually found in the content that lies beyond the headline.
Prosperity knits a man to the world. He feels that he is finding his place in it, while really it is finding its place in him.—C.S. Lewis