A La Carte (September 5)

Kindle deal hunters will find just a few relatively minor ones today. (Yesterday on the blog: Risen Motherhood) Is Your Church Frantic or Focussed? I like this one! “If focussed attention is our greatest resource, then frantic distraction must be our greatest weakness. The lack of attention we give to anything, and the harried, harassed manner in which we give it, has enervated us and hollowed us out. Nothing seems permanent.” He goes on to apply this to the local …

A La Carte (September 4)

Today’s Kindle deals include quite a strong collection of books. This month’s free book from Christian Audio is Fire Road by Kim Phuc. Those Hurricane Maps Don’t Mean What You Think They Mean Here’s how to properly read the hurricane maps we always see on the news. When the Threat Isn’t Real “‘Rachel, women feel threatened by differences.’ These few words have illuminated the way I understand myself and other women in the church. From personalities to professional callings, Christian …

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A La Carte (September 3)

Today’s Kindle deals include a few books worth checking out. Also, if you were away from the computer for Labor Day, be sure to catch up. You’ll definitely want to grab this month’s freebie from Logos: The ZECNT commentary on James. Then spend $7 and add Colossians & Philemon and 1,2,3 John. Meanwhile, it’s Kids Week at Westminster Books and they’ve got lots of deals on books for the little ones. (Yesterday on the blog: Not Home Yet) Why I’m …

A La Carte (September 2)

Today’s Kindle deals include a whole stack of books on marriage. I’ve put the first few in the order I’d recommend reading them. You’ve got just one more day to take advantage of Logos’s great deal on the Word Biblical Commentary (which is discounted from $1199.99 to just $399.99). (Yesterday on the blog: May the Peoples Praise You) A Word to Preachers on Different Types of Preacher Mark Loughridge “recently saw video clip featuring Alistair Begg describing different types of …

Weekend A La Carte (August 31)

There are four (and exactly four!) Kindle deals to look at today. On the Westminster front, there’s a lot of good group study resources on sale (for adults and kids, to study topics or to study the Bible, etc.). (Yesterday on the blog: Grandchildren Are the Crown of the Aged) 7 Takes To Becoming A Man Anne Kennedy takes a look at some of the marks of a man. “My girls are naturally inclined to grow up. They like order …

A La Carte (August 30)

There are a few minor Kindle deals today. Here’s a major deal from Logos: For just a few days Logos has discounted the 61-volume Word Biblical Commentary to just $399.99 (down from the usual $1199.99). That’s great value on a set that has many excellent volumes. How to Kill Your Anger so You Can Represent Christ to the World “Our culture is angry. You only have to be on social media for five minutes to see this is true. And …

A La Carte (August 29)

Some books go on sale on a regular basis, but today’s Kindle deals are of a rarer kind. You may want to get them while the getting’s good! On a different note, you may be interested in checking out His Mercy Is More: The Hymns Of Matt Boswell And Matt Papa. You’ll find lots to sing along to! (Yesterday on the blog: Faithful: The Story of Dr. Charles Woodrow & Grace Missions Ministries) One Woman’s Legacy I loved reading Onize …

A La Carte (August 28)

I put a bit of extra time into tracking down Kindle deals today and actually put together a pretty solid list. On the printed book front, Westminster Books is having a summer clearance sale which has all kinds of great books discounted. Some of their other recent sales are also still ongoing. Ordinary Faithfulness in the Smallest Tasks “I’ve come to realize that one of the most underappreciated aspects of the Christian life is ordinary faithfulness. Striving for excellence in …

A La Carte (August 27)

There’s a diverse collection of books to browse through in today’s Kindle deals. (Yesterday on the blog: Gray Hair and a Righteous Life) Should Women Preach in Our Churches? Here’s Kevin DeYoung on a pressing issue. “This is not an article about the case for complementarianism instead of egalitarianism. That matters, of course, but this piece is for self-identified complementarians wondering if their theology can allow, or should allow, for women preaching. Here is the question I want to address: Is there …

A La Carte (August 26)

Today’s Kindle deals include a selection from Crossway and a few other publishers. 6 Powerful Keys To Overcoming Anger Mark Altrogge asks a question that helps interpret our anger. “What is it that I want right now that I’m not getting?  This question has changed my life. This question has helped me again and again to overcome the temptation to anger in my life. I try to ask myself this question when I’m tempted to be angry. What is it …