Save on books on prayer
Just one new Kindle deal that I’ve noticed today, which is Evidence that Demands a Verdict, vol 1 by Josh McDowell ($3.99). Over at the Westminster Bookstore, however, you’ll find some great deals on a number of books on prayer:
- Why We Pray by William Phillip—$8.50
- Teach Them To Pray by Paul Tautges—$6.00
- A Transforming Vision by William Edgar—$9.00
- The Hidden Life of Prayer by David McIntyre—$6.50
- Prone to Wander by Barbara Duguid and Wayne Houk—$8.50
It doesn’t surprise me that people would make these kinds of comments about our president. People have probably said similar things about every president. But what grieves me is when I hear Christians making these kinds of comments about our president, or posting comments like these on Facebook.
As a staff, we were tired of the revolving door. We were working too hard to reach people only to lose them. So we worked to pinpoint the reasons we were were losing people. We discovered three dominant reasons. These three things are now on our radar. We constantly think about systems, communication, structure, and strategy for fixing these three issues.
Whether you agree or not, this is an interesting read.
You’re doing Twitter wrong
Evangelism is a trust-fall into the power of God. Many say the don’t evangelize because they don’t know enough. Well, no one knows enough to bring on resurrection. Others say they don’t evangelize because they aren’t sure what to say at certain points. And others don’t evangelize because they are nervous.