A La Carte (October 28)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a whole long list from Matthias Media. (Yesterday on the blog: How Calvin Responded When Luther Went Full-Out Luther) Where Can Women Teach? Eight Principles for Christian Churches Mary Kassian has written a helpful article that shares some principles to help

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Weekend A La Carte (October 26)

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Today’s Kindle deals include some new books and some classics. The Porter’s Gate has a new album, Neighbor Songs, that you may enjoy. (Yesterday on the blog: Protecting Your Children From Predators) Here Come the Skinny Cows “Conventional wisdom suggests that a church whose budget is not 100

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A La Carte (October 25)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a book on studying the Bible, one on poverty and the American dream, a series on Edwards, and a great one on doing battle with sin. When Feeble Senses Blind This is a great bit of writing. “Lately my feeble senses have tempted me to believe that God has forgotten to

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A La Carte (October 24)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a handful of books that may be of interest. Westminster Books has Bibles on sale that have been priced to give away. (Yesterday on the blog: God Gave Me Three Children (and Three Friends)) For Jesus’ Sake, Be Kind Trevin Wax: “We are swimming upstream these days

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A La Carte (October 22)

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Today’s Kindle deals include an extensive list of books from Matthias Media that, to my knowledge, have not been on sale before. (Yesterday on the blog: 6 Reasons For You To Consider Writing) The Pastor as Hourly Employee? “There are few things that elicit a deeper groan of sympathy from my own

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6 Reasons For You To Consider Writing

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Over the past few weeks writing has been tough. I don’t think this is anything more than the natural ebb and flow of the writer’s life—there are moments where the words come easily and moments where they seem locked inside. Recently, they have seem locked within my mind, so even though I’ve got

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A La Carte (October 21)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a kind of grab bag that includes all sorts of different books. You may be interested in this new album by Cardiphonia which explores the whole of Psalm 119 in 22 songs. (Yesterday on the blog: How To Discover and Deploy Your Gifts) What Does 2 John Have to Teach Us

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Weekend A La Carte (October 19)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a few books that, as far as I know, only rarely go on sale. (Yesterday on the blog: Pastoring Is So Much More Than Preaching) The Almost Invisible Church Darryl Dash reflects on nearly invisible churches. “I’m not against big churches. God is at work there too. My

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A La Carte (October 18)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a huge collection from Fortress Press. I’m not familiar with most of them, so cannot vouch for them, but thought some might appeal especially to pastors and scholars. Logos users can use the code SAVE20NOW to get $20 off any item(s). It’s basically $20 to spend

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A La Carte (October 16)

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I was able to dig up just a few new Kindle deals for today. Here’s a fun little exchange to start the day today. A couple of days ago, The Babylon Bee wrote an article titled “Keith And Kristyn Getty Struggling To Come Up With Word That Rhymes With ‘Substitutionary Atonement.’” They took

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A La Carte (October 15)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a nice little list of titles (though, to be fair, a good number of them seem to go on sale every month or two). (Yesterday on the blog: Do We Care for the Sheep or Do We Use the Sheep?) Ten Things You Should Know about John Henry Newman (1801–1890) John […]

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