Hey friends, I’m hitting the homestretch with the book I’m writing titled When Prayer Is a Struggle. Please pray for me as I finish! It should be out next fall sometime. If you’d like to be on the launch team, let me know by contacting me. (Just make sure to include your email.) Once the book is finished, I look forward to a more regular blogging schedule!
Now, on to the links.
Free Kindle from The Good Book Co: Time for Everything by Matt Fuller
Free ChristianAudio Audiobook: The Rewired Brain by Dr. Ski Chilton. Don’t know much about this one but looks interesting.
Free audiobook: Power Through Prayer by E.M. Bounds
ReadMark: A great resource for reading the gospel of Mark with a friend. From St. Helen’s Bishopsgate, a solid evangelical church in the UK.
Is Blogging Dead? A Few Dozen Christian Bloggers Say ‘No’ by Benjamin Vrbicek and John Beeson.
Blogging is definitely dead!!! (Actually, it is a pet peeve of mine to see the headline formula, “Is ___________ dead?” The subject in question never actually dies; it just changes. Unless you’re talking about VHS or Laserdisc players, then they’re dead alright.) Blogging isn’t dead, but it has changed due to podcasts, YouTube, and Twitter. A certain type of blogging has had its day. But there is still room for thoughtful and well-written blogging.
Dr. Jason DeRouchie’s Old Testament Survey resources (audio and PowerPoints)
How to Master the Art of Disagreement—in the Church and on Social Media by Bobby Jamieson. Really helpful, really needed today!
Here’s a Spotify playlist on songs using the Psalms:
5 Reasons Pastors’ Kids Struggle with Doubt by Barnabas Piper
A helpful explainer of sorts on a doctrine we need so much: conversion.
No One Believes in Social Injustice by Tim Challies. I’m thankful for the clarity with which Challies writes.
A thought provoking article by Wyatt Graham: Church Membership Classes Should Consider Equipping Members to Understand and Use Social Media.
How to Tell Awesome Stories to Your Kids by Brett McKay. I’ll be using these tips!
Logos is offering a free $20 for Pastor’s Appreciation Month! Use the code “PAM2020” at checkout!
Logos Free book of the month: Interpreting the Pentateuch: An Exegetical Handbook (Handbooks for Old Testament Exegesis | HOTE). Also great deals on other commentaries at that link (between $2 and $10). PLUS: Logos Monthly Deals and Logos Deals for Pastor Appreciation Month.