You’ll find an eclectic little collection of Kindle deals to poke through today.
(Yesterday on the blog: What Is a Girl Worth?)
Here’s why Chris Tomlin is compared to Charles Wesley. What I wonder is how many of Tomlin’s songs will have the lasting power of Wesley’s. Will the church be singing any of them in 200 years? Only time will tell…
Trevin Wax explains why he can’t bring himself to sing a certain song.
Baseball fans will enjoy this lengthy video of one of the best pitchers ever during his two strongest seasons.
This is a well-composed and purposeful poem.
“I was surprised when he turned to me and said, simply, ‘I never feel more called to ministry than when we’re sitting in our living room with someone on our couch like that.’ Here is a man who stands behind a pulpit and preaches God’s word every Sunday, who leads prayer meetings and ministers in hospitals, nursing homes, and funeral homes. A man who sits across from people who need financial help almost every day, who listens and counsels and carries people’s secrets around with him like Jacob Marley’s ponderous chains. This is a man whose entire life is given for Christ and for serving others. Yet, in this moment he revealed something precious to me: he feels most secure in his calling when we are serving together.”
American Airlines once made a big and costly mistake.
What a fascinating article on missions in a modern age. “High-speed internet, airplanes, and cellphones have given those of us who have left our lives and loved ones behind an unprecedented ability to stay connected to that world. But these technological advances have also inhibited missionaries’ ability to be present and engaged in the work they believe God has called them to.”
“What’s the purpose of having children at all?” In today’s world, which too often exalts self and writes off children as an inconvenience, this is a question we must ask and answer.
The dragon lost his sting when he dashed it into the soul of Jesus.—Charles Spurgeon