Kindle deals for Christian readers
Lots of Kindle deals ending today that are worth checking out:
- Side By Side by Edward T Welch—$3.99
- Treasuring Christ When Your Hands are Full by Gloria Furman—$3.99
- Worship Matters by Bob Kauflin—$3.99
- The Hole in Our Holiness, Taking God At His Word, and Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung—$3.99 each
- Give Them Grace by Elyse Fitzpatrick and Jessica Thompson—$3.99
- When I Don’t Desire God, Don’t Waste Your Life, Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die and Seeing And Savoring Jesus Christ by John Piper—$3.99 each
- Praying the Bible by Don Whitney—$3.99
- The Glory of Heaven by John MacArthur—$3.99
- I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist by Norman Geisler & Frank Turek—$3.99
- The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler—$3.99
- What Did You Expect? and New Morning Mercies by Paul Tripp—$3.99
- How Should We Then Live? by Francis Schaeffer—$3.99
- Total Truth by Nancy Pearcey—$3.99
- What is a Healthy Church? by Mark Dever—$3.99
- Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin—$3.99
- Disciplines of a Godly Man by Kent Hughes—$3.99
- Disciplines of a Godly Woman by Barbara Hughes—$3.99
- Crazy Love by Francis Chan—$3.99
This is older, but worth reading.
Ken Blanchard would have articulated Jackson’s approach as wise leadership. Blanchard is known for his model of “situational leadership.” He believes that great leaders adjust their leadership to the development level of the people they lead. In other words, it is not fair to lead everyone the same way because every person on the team is different and needs different leadership. Here are eight ways the people on your team are different.
The gospel is a message of prosperity, but it’s not the kind of pithy prosperity promised to be delivered through bank accounts and good physical fitness tests. Here, then, are three distinctions of the true prosperity gospel.
I was in my twenties before I was introduced to the tradition of Advent, and it frankly did not have much appeal right away. What was the value of four weeks of longing and expectation? It seems so contradictory to the prevailing atmosphere of festive, cheery glow in the shopping malls.
But I have grown to love Advent. And though it is not a mandated observance in Scripture, there are profitable reasons to consider making Advent part of your holiday rhythm. Here are seven potential benefits of observing Advent.
There is a story we should be telling. It’s about a people who forget an unforgettable God. This forgetfulness encourages them to ignore his patience and provision. It enables them to dismiss his miracles. The story is captivating because of God’s power, but it’s dreadful because of man’s sin.
I picture a Sunday school class full of kids sitting cross-legged, leaning forward, eyebrows arched. The flannel graph has been abandoned and it’s just a teacher telling her students something true.