A La Carte (October 8)

We are gearing up for Thanksgiving weekend up here in Canada. The days are getting short, the weather is getting cold—it’s pretty much my favorite time of year. There are just a few minor Kindle deals to look at today. (Yesterday on the blog: Discovering a World of Surplus Beauty) Parents, the Little Moments Matter Most They do, indeed! “I have been in the parenting game for quite a few years now. I’ve been bombarded by guilt-inducing articles, by books …

A La Carte (October 7)

It turned into an okay day for Kindle deals today, so it’s worth taking a look. Westminster Books has a deal on Good News for Little Hearts, a series for children. Leading People to Long for the Day of the Lord Trevin Wax reflects on the importance of living with anticipation for the Day of the Lord. This Isn’t Going to Be as Easy as it Looks Keith Mathison: “There are moments when we simply feel overwhelmed. This can happen …

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A La Carte (October 6)

There are lots of good Kindle deals to consider today, quite a lot of them dealing with church history. (Yesterday on the blog: The Church Is You, So the Church Will Be Like You) Bach: A Theologian at the Workplace Jonathan Camiré has put together a great little introduction to Johann Sebastian Bach. Why You Need to Read More Curiously I consider one of life’s great pleasures being able to follow areas of curiosity into good books. “The absence of …

A La Carte (October 5)

There are just a few Kindle deals today; also be sure to take a look at Saturday’s list if you didn’t check in over the weekend. (Yesterday on the blog: Are You Lonely? Tired? Caught in a Mess?) How Things Have Changed: Reflections of a Millennial Pastor in a Gen Z World This article helpfully explains how ministering to college students has changed in recent years. “There are many other ways the 2020 college campus is a much different world. …

Weekend A La Carte (October 3)

My thanks goes to Reformed Free Publishing for sponsoring the blog this week with news of their excellent new book that shares bite-sized readings on the great doctrines of the Christian faith. Today’s Kindle deals include some older books and some newer ones. I noticed that The Coddling of the American Mind is on sale; it’s not a Christian book, but still a very important one. (I also noticed that they’ve got printed (i.e. non-Kindle) books for kids on sale …

A La Carte (October 2)

Today’s Kindle deals include a few top-quality books for general readers as well as pastors or theologians. There’s also a one-day sale on “top nonfiction reads” that I’ll leave you to sort through! Logos users can get their free book of the month and consider a number of heavily-discounted options. Also check out the monthly deals. (If you are reading this via email, click here first, as some links aren’t working through the newsletter.) (Yesterday on the blog: 9 New …

A La Carte (October 1)

Because it’s a new month there are lots of Kindle deals to look at, including Greg Koukl’s Tactics and Kelly Needham’s Friendish. You may also want to sort through the monthly general market deals (where you’ll find, for example, McCullough’s biography of Theodore Roosevelt.) (Yesterday on the blog: A Casket and a Bible) Stop Eulogizing The Local Church “We criticize online news sites for their click bait approach to news, but a few websites dedicated to church ministry and pastors …

A La Carte (September 30)

Today’s Kindle deals once again include lots of good picks. Near the top would be Romans for You, an excellent study… Logos users will want to be sure to grab the free (and maybe also the cheap) books of the month for September before it’s too late! While you’re at it, check out this long list of commentaries on sale. I’ve been on a few podcasts lately if that’s of interest to you: Real Talk is a longform podcast where we …

A La Carte (September 29)

Observation: If you use a certain app and it becomes important to your life or workflow, it’s almost always worth paying for the Pro version. You get better features and you get to support the people who make it. That’s a win-win. It is another good day for Kindle deals! The collectors will want to take a look. (Yesterday on the blog: No One Believes in Social Injustice) We Live In Unprecedented Times “We live in unprecedented times.” We’ve heard …

A La Carte (September 28)

Today is an amazing day for Kindle book collectors as there’s a large collection of excellent resources on theology and Christian living. You can find them on the Kindle deals page. Logos users will want to check out this long list of commentaries on sale. (Yesterday on the blog: A Side Of Perfect Beauty in Every Providence) The Blessing of (Good) Authority Jonathan Leeman makes an insightful points here: “Really, people don’t hate authority, because we all love the freedom …