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Kindle deals for Christian readers
Lots of great deals today:
- Church Planter by Darrin Patrick—$3.99
- The Pastor as Scholar and the Scholar as Pastor by John Piper & D. A. Carson—$2.99
- 12 Challenges Churches Face by Mark Dever—$3.99
- Dangerous Calling by Paul David Tripp—$4.99
- With Justice for All by John M. Perkins—$1.99
- Risen by Steven D. Mathewson—$1.99
- Discovering the God Who Is by R.C. Sproul—$3.99
Also, Westminster Bookstore has just started carrying eBooks from the fine folks at Reformation Heritage Books with more than 100 titles priced at $1.99 until April 13th. You can also get A Puritan Theology by Joel Beeke and Mark Jones for $4.99 as part of this sale.
Trevin nails this.
As a pastor I often get the question, “Do you have any advice for helping my kids to benefit from the sermon?”
This is a question that I really appreciate because it recognizes the importance of the preaching of the Word of God and our reception of it. It recognizes that even the children are to hear, and to best of their ability, understand what is being preached.
What follows are some things that I have done as a Dad and also as a pastor.
Theologians to know and read
This is good:
The many hairstyles of David Beckham
I saw this on Twitter last night; it is a delightful piece of artwork:
I love productivity. At least, I love productivity when it is properly defined—as effectively stewarding your gifts, talents, time, energy, and enthusiasm for the good of others and the glory of God. By this definition, each one of us, no matter our vocation, ought to pursue productivity with all the vigor we can muster. And if you do that, it is inevitable that along the way you will accumulate some mess. You cannot focus your time, attention, gifts, energy, and enthusiasm toward noble goals while still keeping every corner of life perfectly tidy.