Today’s Kindle deals include a number of books—a few classics and even a theological novel.
(Yesterday on the blog: The Cruelty of Quarantine: A Lament)
I find myself craving any stories about my son and for that reason was delighted to read Sam Sey’s memories of him. “I can’t remember the last time I saw him, but I know that one of the last times I saw him, as usual, I hugged him and forced a kiss on his cheek—because I knew he hated it when I did that. Which would, naturally, lead to a conversation filled with sarcastic and witty comments, mostly from Nick.”
Pastor, please do guard your heart! “Discouragement is not an emotion with which I am very familiar, but when a scandal comes out in the church, I feel it greatly. In fact, at times I have found myself not wanting to check social media, dreading to learn about the next scandal.”
I think many people have asked this question, or one similar to it. Stephen McAlpline makes “two observations, one around technology and one around theology.”
If McDonald’s really makes its money by selling Big Macs it wouldn’t make for much of a video, would it? The secret of its financial success lies elsewhere.
I enjoyed this cross-cultural article about the things we take for granted.
“What’s the condition of your heart today? If it’s like mine, it’s torn between wants and needs, amidst emotions entirely scattered, like the LEGO pieces across my floor.”
Tolkien fans will enjoy this one.
It is good to be ambitious, but better first to be a man or woman of character.
There are two ways to live the Christian life. You can live it either for the heart of Christ or from the heart of Christ. You can live for the smile of God or from it.—Dane Ortlund