Book deals for Christian readers
Here are a few Kindle deals to get you started:
- Church History by Christopher Catherwood—99¢
- Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons by Thabiti Anyabwile—99¢
- Learning Evangelism From Jesus by Jerram Barrs—99¢
- That You May Know by Jacob Gerber—$2.99
- Preaching the Old Testament by Scott Gibson—$1.99
- Peace Child by Don Richardson—$1.99
Faithlife will also be starting the big Logos Christmas sale starting December 4th. Be sure to keep an eye out.
This is a pretty fantastic giveaway: win a Macbook Pro and the Logos 6 Collector’s Edition!
A church should not change or evolve doctrinally, as a church should stand on the “faith delivered once for all to the saints.” Nor must a church change her ministry philosophy and mission in her local community. I am simply suggesting that as a church grows, if a church grows, how she functions in at least these three areas will need to change.
It was the trendiest of all trendy testimonies, a name that would be incredibly valuable to the Christian community — only his quote could have just as easily, and perhaps even more likely, been the account of a method actor detailing the experience he collected while portraying a Christian man at war.
But this does not tie in neatly with a Christian culture that too frequently assumes that an encounter with God equates to conversion to His ways, that acknowledgment of truth means acceptance of the same, and that to get to know God is to know God.
You should read this (and pray for parents in Ontario).
I am a pastor. I also have an iPhone. As a result, I have had to think through a number of things and make some adjustments in terms of productivity and technology. It has been a process over the last several years. I think I am actually thinking about this and applying it in a healthy way now.
Below are some considerations and conclusions based on my own personal examination. This is slanted towards pastoral ministry but not limited to it.
This is interesting stuff.