A La Carte (April 9)

There isn’t much to tell you about Kindle deals or other sales today, so we will just move on to the links (though, to be fair, there are a couple of really good kids’ books on the Kindle list). (Yesterday on the blog: Why Our Church Is Only Sort Of Streaming Our Services) Face to Face Matthew Hosier asks, “How much are we going to come to regret the phrase ‘social distancing’?” It’s amazing to me how quickly we adapted …

A La Carte (April 8)

John Piper has released a new book titled Coronavirus and Christ which is free to download in various formats. Today’s Kindle deals include quite a lot of good material, including John Murray’s must-read Redemption Accomplished and Applied. Westminster is featuring my Epic this week! And unlike Amazon, they are shipping right away. (Yesterday on the blog: New and Notable Christian Books for April 2020) Is Jesus Weeping for Us in Heaven? Kevin DeYoung: “The Suffering Servant we celebrate this week …

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A La Carte (April 7)

We have had an amazing run with Kindle deals lately, but it came to a screeching halt today. We will try again soon. In the meantime, for the committed readers, check out today’s New and Notable Books. (Yesterday on the blog: Has There Ever Been a Better Time To Start a Blog?) When Can We Lift the Coronavirus Pandemic Restrictions? Not Before Taking These Steps Now that we’ve all been in lockdown (or something close to it) for a few …

A La Carte (April 6)

Today’s Kindle deals include an Easter-related collection from Crossway. (Yesterday on the blog: Christ Our Hope In Life and Death) No Social Distance in Heaven “It’s incredible how quickly we as individuals and as a society adapt to new social norms, or disparage those who don’t adapt quickly enough. It makes me wonder if the old norms for social interaction will ever return. I certainly hope they do…” Don’t we all! 4 Reflections after Listening to 18 Hours of Sermons …

Weekend A La Carte (April 4)

Some have asked how the book launch went this week. To be honest, I don’t really know, though I think it went well enough. What I do know is that if you got it, read or watched it, enjoyed it, and feel up to it, reviews on Amazon always help the cause. Once again, there’s a huge list of Kindle deals to look through. Many of them are tipped toward the academic reader. Also, you may want to visit this …

A La Carte (April 3)

I am probably not the only one succumbing to necessity and beginning to search YouTube for “how to cut your own hair.” The government has warned it could be a long time before non-essential businesses like barbers are allowed to open again… Today’s Kindle deals include some really good options, including D.A. Carson’s The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures, a massive book that is usually very expensive. Reformation Heritage Books has a good deal on my new book and …

A La Carte (April 2)

We have had some great days for Kindle deals lately, and the trend continues today. Meanwhile, if you prefer print, Westminster Books is offering discounts on items related to the Psalms. (Yesterday on the blog: 10 Church Members God Especially Calls Me To Love) Until We Meet Again Students and parents will appreciate this letter from a headmaster. “We are living through incredible times. So much so, that our schools have closed to nearly all of their pupils without any of …

A La Carte (April 1)

Today has the biggest list of Kindle deals I have seen in a very long time. Have at it! Also check out Amazon’s monthly general market Kindle book deals. (Yesterday on the blog: My New Book & Documentary Are Now Available!) I Didn’t Know I Loved You Like This Glenna Marshall expresses some of the grief most of us are feeling as we remain distanced from our churches. Deaths Delayed Carl Trueman writes about the church in this time of crisis. …

A La Carte (March 31)

It is launch day for my new book and documentary Epic. To learn more about the products and to know how to buy them, click here. Today’s Kindle deals include some good picks from Reformation Heritage Books. On a totally different note, Switchfoot fans will want to know that Jon Foreman has been recording and releasing a song a day while in lockdown. (Yesterday on the blog: What Will the New Normal Look Like?) Dealing with Death and Disease Robert Rothwell offers …

A La Carte (March 30)

Watching a church service online was novel the first couple of weeks. And while I’m grateful it’s an option, three weeks in I find myself grieving the necessity of it, and longing to be back with the people I love. Today’s Kindle deals include lots of good deals from lots of good publishers. (Yesterday on the blog: Locked Down Alone) “No Wealth But Life”: Moral Reasoning in a Pandemic “Two weeks ago we awoke from our dogmatic slumber of American …