Free eBook with opt-in: Acts 1–12 for You by Albert Mohler
Free Faithlife eBook: Confronting Christianity: 12 Hard Questions for the World’s Largest Religion by Rebecca McLaughlin. I read this last year and loved it. You can read it on the Faithlife or Logos app.
Free Logos Course: Sons and Daughters of God: The Believer’s Identity, Calling, and Destiny
I don’t know much about the Christian Audio free audiobook for this month, but you may enjoy it.
I am honored to endorse my friend Bill Pence’s new book Called to Lead: Living and Leading for Jesus in the Workplace. Here’s my endorsement:
“Called to Lead is a uniquely valuable resource. Drawing from more than forty years of experience, Bill Pence sets out a compelling vision of why and how to do work as a Christian leader. Bill lays a clear biblical foundation for work before building upon it with proven principles and practices pulled from today’s top leadership minds. This book is biblical, practical, encouraging, and a great discipleship tool with its short chapters and discussion questions. Pick up Called to Lead to hear how one faithful leader fulfills his calling to work before the face of God. You’ll be glad you did.”
What I’m reading: Together Through the Storms: Biblical Encouragements for Your Marriage When Life Hurts by Jeff and Sarah Walton—a really helpful and practical book on suffering and marriage I’d recommend for every couple. I’ll have a review of this in the next month or so, Lord willing.
Four Reasons for Taking the Lord’s Supper Every Lord’s Day by David Schrock. The church I attend celebrates the Lord’s Supper monthly, but here are a few interesting reasons to do it weekly.
How to View Claims about Dreams and Visions by Costi Hinn, Benny Hinn’s reformed nephew.
TGC Australia had an interesting two-article series on the digital vs. physical Bible debate. Make the Most of the Digital Bible and Why You Should Ditch Your Digital Bible. My rule of thumb, as always, is read whatever gets you into God’s Word! For me, it’s mainly a physical Bible, but I also use Bible apps frequently for referencing or when I don’t have a physical Bible nearby.
Why Some Christian Leaders Don’t Post About Current Events on Social Media by David Qaoud. He shares here several of the reasons I don’t feel like I have to write or tweet on everything.
Bible Narratives are Often Gloriously Ambiguous by Chad Ashby
Here’s a neat newer podcast featuring sermons from great preachers throughout church history.
We desperately need Psalm 2 in this cultural moment:
When the nations rage and peoples plot in vain, God sits in the heavens and laughs.
Don't fear the peoples, fear God's Son, the Anointed King and judge of the nations. Take refuge in Him and you will be truly blessed.
— Kevin Halloran (@kp_halloran) June 15, 2020
Here’s a new Bible Project video on the character of God: