Kindle deals for Christian readers
My friend Trillia’s recently released book, Fear and Faith, is on sale right now for $3.03. It’s worth getting at any price, so don’t pass up the deal. Reform Heritage’s “Cultivating Biblical Godliness” series is also on sale 99¢ each:
- How Should Men Lead Their Families?
- What Is a Christian?
- Why Should I Fast?,
- Why Should You Deny Yourself?
- How Do I Kill Remaining Sin?
- What Is Experiential Calvinism?
- What Does It Mean to Love God?
- How Should We Develop Biblical Friendship?
- How Should Teens Read the Bible?
- How Do Preaching and Corporate Prayer Work Together?
Good advice for both parties.
Decades ago, Harold Lindsell, then editor in chief of this magazine, called for a “battle for the Bible.” He took to task evangelical institutions whose definition of biblical authority was, in his view, inadequate. His book of that title was divisive and unhelpful. Yet his basic concern cannot be faulted. Today we need a new battle for the Bible—not for a precise definition of biblical authority that all evangelicals can agree on, but a simple return to the Bible as the final authority in matters of faith and practice—and especially Christian doctrine.
Constantly, they berate me and put me down, enticing me to feel worthless. Every positive word and thought I have is countered by them with a negative accusation. If my dreams are sparks seeking to become a fire, they are a bucket of water drowning any hope of a flame.
Who is this person that has such influence in my life and uses it to do so much harm?
Make sure you hear me correctly. I’m talking about the ministries and programs of your church as an organization. Those activities and functions your church carries out in fulfilling its biblical obligations, especially regarding discipleship and spiritual formation. I’m not saying small groups are more important than doctrine. I’m not saying small groups are more important than the proclamation of the Word or the affirmation of the gospel.
This is simply about organization.
What causes pins and needles?