A La Carte (May 7)

It isn’t much of a day for Kindle deals, though I did hunt down a couple. We should be able to track down more in the next day or two. (Yesterday on the blog: An Early May Family Update) Come to Me All Who Have COVID Weariness, and I Will Give You Rest Here’s some encouragement from Benjamin Vrbicek. “Jesus invites all who are heavy laden. All who feel hitched to a too powerful pickup, all who feel yoked to the …

A La Carte (May 6)

Eerdmans has put a long list of books on sale and I’ve chosen at least a few for my Kindle deals page. There are some others there as well. Westminster Books is offering a deal on David Murray’s new Bible-reading plan for kids, Meeting with Jesus. (Yesterday on the blog: When the Very Best of Things Work Together for Evil) How Does COVID-19 Expose the Lie of the Prosperity Gospel? Conrad Mbewe is the one to answer this question, and …

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A La Carte (May 5)

RHB and other publishers have come through with a few good Kindle deals, so the avid collectors want to take a peek. (Yesterday on the blog: COVID-19, Pandemics, and Ventilators: Chatting with a Doctor on the Front Lines) 7 (possible) Church trends emerging from COVID-19 Murray Campbell: “As we approach two months of COVID-19 restrictions, I have noticed a number of trends beginning to emerge among Australian Churches. These indications are based on my own experience and the many conversations I …

A La Carte (May 4)

There are at least a few Kindle deals to check out. And, in case you missed it over the weekend, Logos users will probably want to download this month’s free book, a commentary on Isaiah. Perhaps also check out their monthly sale. When Should Churches Reject Governmental Guidelines on Gathering and Engage in Civil Disobedience? Jonathan Leeman addresses an urgent issue: “As the COVID-19 stay-at-home quarantines tarry, folks are getting restless. State governments think about pathways to opening up. The stock …

Weekend A La Carte (May 2)

First off, my thanks goes to The Elisha Foundation for sponsoring the blog this week. Be sure to check out their new and free video-based training for individuals and churches. Today’s Kindle deals include some excellent classics. Meanwhile, Logos users will probably want to download this month’s free book, a commentary on Isaiah. Perhaps also check out their monthly sale. (Yesterday on the blog: Finding the Right Hills to Die On; note that Westminster Books has this book on sale.) 5 …

A La Carte (May 1)

I know some people are growing weary of reading about the coronavirus and its widespread effects. I also know a good number of articles I link to every day are on that very topic. That’s because it is what everyone is writing about these days. Do know I do my best to try to find good, fresh content that is about other things! It’s just hard to find some days… Today’s Kindle deals include a lot of good books. You …

A La Carte (April 30)

Some days the Kindle deals are there, some days they are not. But every day I comb through thousands of mostly-wretched books looking for the few diamonds in the rough. Westminster Books has a sale on ESV Heirloom Bibles; the sale is geared toward moms and grads. (Yesterday on the blog: Thankful for God’s Good Gift of Government) An Apology from your Prosperity Preacher This is clever work from Eddie Ssemakula, who writes for TGC Africa. He pens an imagined …

A La Carte (April 29)

Today’s Kindle deals include quite a lot of high-quality books! I have also included some general market historical works that are on sale. (Yesterday on the blog: 8 Ways Temptation Actually Works for Our Good) Navigating Different COVID-19 Recovery Convictions Costi Hinn writes about some of the interpersonal complexities that may come when churches are given the green light to re-open. “If there is one word to describe how we must navigate re-assimilation amid COVID-19, it’s this: grace.” Can You …

A La Carte (April 28)

Today’s Kindle deals include a couple of new books, plus some that were on the list last week but have since dropped in price. (Yesterday on the blog: The Right Response to the Old Testament Law) Higher Education and the COVID-19 Crisis Al Mohler has penned a long article about the challenges to higher education. Whether his view is realistic or pessimistic remains to be seen, but either way, it’s plenty sobering. “The coronavirus just collapsed a decade of institutional …

A La Carte (April 27)

We were treated to a couple of neat music videos this weekend. CityAlight debuted a new song called “Your Will Be Done” while Grace Worship released a fun version of their adaptation of Psalm 73. There are, as you’d expect, some new Kindle deals for you to take a look at. The Bigamist’s Daughter This is a long and sad but interesting autobiographical article that grapples with the consequences of fatherlessness. It begins like this: “In 1964, when my mother …