Today’s Kindle deals include a few books you’ll want to check out.
(Yesterday on the blog: What Haunts Me About the Humboldt Bus Disaster)
I will be in Johannesburg on June 3 and would love to meet you for a Sunday evening event at Crystal Park Baptist Church (co-hosted by Grace Media and Mukhanyo Theological College). I am dedicating 2018 to traveling the world for my EPIC church history project and will be making a stop in South Africa. Why don’t you come by and say hello? There will be a brief service and sermon, then a time for Questions & Answers and, of course, fellowship! Put it on your calendar today…
“After growing up and retracting his controversial account of ‘coming back from heaven,’ 20-year-old Alex Malarkey is now suing the Christian publisher who made his story famous, then infamous. Malarkey, who was left paralyzed and spent two weeks in a coma after a 2004 car accident, filed a lawsuit this month against Christian publisher Tyndale House for associating his name with the controversial book coauthored with his father,The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven, and not paying him for the story.”
You may know the first, but I wonder how many others…
Ever wonder who the pharisees were? This article thoroughly answers that question. Then this article, Who were the Sadducees? answers the inevitable next question.
As my nation grieves, this pastor brings hope to us all. Todd Friel talks about a grieving pastor and his words that touched a nation.
Is it possible that social media hacks our inner desire to sin against God?
“In ancient Greece, the best-known remedy for a long-standing headache was to drill a small hole in the skull to drain supposedly infected blood. Fortunately, doctors today don’t resort to power tools to cure headaches, but we still have a lot to learn about this ancient ailment. Dan Kwartler shares what we know (and don’t know) about headaches.
God puts aside our sin so thoroughly, so utterly, so completely that it is like he has forgotten it altogether. He has so dealt with our sin that he does not ponder it, he does not ruminate over it, he does not allow it to change the way he thinks of us, he does not look for further justification to make right our wrong-doings.
Thanks to Zondervan for sponsoring the blog this week with “Why I Believe in Life After Death.”
We never truly glory in God until we have utterly discarded our own glory. —John Calvin