A big THANK YOU to those who have taken my survey on prayer! I’ve received many very helpful responses, some of which I knew instantly that would make my book. If you have ten minutes to help out, you can still take the survey.
Free eBook alert! Humble Calvinism: If I Know the Five Points But Have Not Love… by J.A. Medders (foreword by Ray Ortlund and Afterword by Charles Spurgeon). Here’s a book I put together that has J.A. Medders writing the foreword for a Spurgeon book titled Walking in the Power of the Holy Spirit.
Free audiobook: The Gospel’s Power and Message by Paul Washer
The Gospel Coalition has a new project providing concise theological essays by reputable scholars. I’ve read a handful already and greatly appreciate their clarity. If you’ve been wanting to go deeper in theology for free, here’s a great place to start!
3 Realities A Self-Help Article Will Never Tell You About Losing Weight. I appreciate the vulnerability and clarity with which Lauren Graham writes here.
Here’s a question I sometimes ask in reference to my mom: What Are My Loved Ones Experiencing in the Present Heaven? By Randy Alcorn. Here’s another helpful one: 8 Myths Many Believe About Heaven
George Floyd and Me by Shai Linne. A Christian rapper/pastor shares his experience with racism. Lord, would you bring healing to my country!
Three Reasons Why Christians Should Reject #BlackLivesMatter by Josh Buice. This is an important article, and it could be easy to misread the title: the Black Lives Matter movement is different than the official organization of the same name. The organization isn’t merely about fighting injustices against blacks—that’s something all biblical Christians should agree with (and many well-intentioned Christians support the larger movement). But Buice unpacks how the official BLM organization promotes many anti-gospel beliefs and can use racial justice as a Trojan horse for their ungodly agenda.
5 Things You Should Know about TikTok (the fastest growing social media app)
Here are two new apps for reading the Bible:
- Twelve: A neat Bible-reading app designed to help people keep each other accountable to read the Word of God every day. Free for iPhone and Android.
- Daily Readings: The app is completely free and includes Spurgeon’s “Morning & Evening”, complete ESV Bible, and 100s of hymns with playable tunes to sing with. The app will soon be adding JC Ryle’s “Daily Reading’s From All Four Gospels” to its content too.
The Bible Project’s new video: How to Read Apocalyptic Literature