Kindle deals for Christian readers
Today’s the last day to take advantage of these Kindle deals from Crossway:
- Crazy Busy by Kevin DeYoung—99¢
- The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper—$1.99
- Wellness for the Glory of God by John Dunlop, MD—$1.99
- Imagination Redeemed by Gene Edward Veith Jr. & Matthew P. Ristuccia—$2.99
- What Is the Mission of the Church? by Kevin DeYoung & Greg Gilbert—$2.99
Also on sale are:
- Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions by Ken Ham—$3.49
- If God Made the Universe, Who Made God?—$2.99
- All the Names in the Bible—$2.99
- Everyone’s a Theologian by R.C. Sproul—$3.99
- The Daring Mission of William Tyndale by Steven Lawson—$3.99
- Hints for Parents by Gardiner Springs—$3.19
- Does God Exist? by William Lane Craig—99¢
- Did Jesus Rise from the Dead? by William Lane Craig—$1.99
- Answering the Call by John Ensor—$3.96
This was a helpful (and surprisingly interesting) read.
Daniel Darling nails it.
Social media is real life. It’s not a separate existence and doesn’t remove you from the consequences of your actions. Repercussions to exist, whether felt in the moment or not. People are damaged. Sin is often committed.
Snark, misrepresentation, and attack on another’s character should disappear when we ponder our redeemed lives, the reality of Satan, and the implications of Christ living in us (Gal. 2:20). The cross levels the playing field and demands grace as the immediate response.
Leonard Nimoy’s funniest Spock moments
Yesterday, Leonard Nimoy (best known as Spock from Star Trek), died. Here’s a look at a few of his best lines from the original series:
Unhealthy Facebook addiction flourishes because we fail to see the cost on our lives. So what are the consequences of boredom-induced compulsive behaviors? Here are three to consider.