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Weekend A La Carte (October 25)

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It was quite a week for Kindle deals, and especially if you’re into resources and commentaries. I don’t have anything new for you today, but if you’re into Kindle deals, you may want to look back at this week’s A La Carte archives.

Nick Batzig is Working on Learning to Rest. I need help there as well!

Ray Ortlund shows how The Ways of God Are To Be Admired.

I’m grateful to Thom Rainer for sponsoring the blog this week with his article 7 Reasons Some Churches Experience Revitalization (While Others Don’t).

Here are some of the best shots from The National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest.

Here is a sweet and comforting letter To Parents Who Have Lost a Child.

If you are in or near Toronto, I’d love to see you at the annual dinner for the Pregnancy Care Centre, an amazing ministry you ought to know about. (If finances are an issue, send me an email and I’ll see if I can hook you up…)

Here’s a description of the World’s Strangest Road-Trip through North Korea.

Lawson

The preacher can only bring the Word to the ear; the Spirit must bring it from the ear to the heart.

—Steven Lawson

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    A Celebration of Friendship

    I may not be going too far out on a limb when I suggest that you have probably not heard the name Anna Laetitia Barbauld. For various reasons she has been largely forgotten by history, and this despite achieving a significant level of fame in the eighteenth century. Though at one time she was a…

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    Weekend A La Carte (June 1)

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    While the month of May has already almost fully waned, it has proved to be a good month for Christian book releases. I sorted through the stacks that landed on my desk and arrived at this list of new and notables. In each case, I’ve provided the editorial description to give you a sense of…

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