The Coming Millennial Midlife Crisis

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One of the things I most admire about the Millennial generation is their desire to make a difference in the world. They are convinced that it’s their responsibility to make the world a better place. Not only that, but they believe they actually can. It’s little wonder, then, that it’s so easy

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A La Carte (June 26)

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Today’s Kindle deals include a book by John Piper and a book about Lloyd-Jones. Crossway will give you a free ebook copy of 12 Ways Your iPhone is Changing You if you fill out a brief survey. Pro-Life For All: The Image of God in the Elderly Be sure to read this one! “The statistics […]

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SEO Vs PPC: Backlink Project Increases Traffic 1200%

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Visit SEO Vs PPC: Backlink Project Increases Traffic 1200% for the whole story After placing backlinks 15/15 new domains I had linked to the site we’re registered and added to the site’s formula. Traffic responded better than I expected… Increasing Organic SEO Traffic The

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A La Carte (June 25)

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There are a few new Kindle deals for today. (Yesterday on the blog: This Is Not Your Grandparents’ Church) What the New Testament Teaches about Divorce and Remarriage Andy Naselli shared an article on divorce and remarriage he wrote for the Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal. If you’d like

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A La Carte (June 24)

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Today’s Kindle deals include some books from Crossway and a personal favorite by Richard Rogers. Wokeness and Legalism This is a very interesting look at how the secular woke movement is essentially a religion that is fatally flawed by legalism. “What does it mean to ‘become woke?’ It is to

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Sunday A La Carte (June 23)

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Every day I scour the internet to look for interesting articles and videos. Sometimes I find far more than can fit from Monday to Saturday, and this was one of those weeks. Hence, here’s a Sunday edition of A La Carte. I recommend watching Alistair Begg on “Knowing vs Feeling in Worship” at

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Weekend A La Carte (June 22)

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Today’s Kindle deals include plenty of books and study Bibles. Christian Audio is having their twice-yearly sale which means just about everything is marked down to $7.49. It’s a good time to stock up for those long summer drives. (Yesterday on the blog: 8 New and Notable Books for June) The

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8 New and Notable Books for June

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It’s that time again! I couldn’t possibly read or review every good book (not to mention every bad book) that finds its way into my mailbox. However, I do like to look them all over and let my readers know about some of the new ones that are most noteworthy. So here are the new […]

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A La Carte (June 21)

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Westminster Books discounted has three titles they recommend you read this summer. If you know Greek or want to, you may enjoy Bill Mounce’s “Greek Word of the Day” videos on YouTube. They are worth the 30-40 second investment. Recollection Let yourself just get lost in this beautiful writing.

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A La Carte (June 20)

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I managed to scrape together a small collection of Kindle deals you can browse through. (Yesterday on the blog: Peril on Both Sides) Touch Read this one. Seriously, just read it. The Normcore Opulence of Preachers Wearing Four-Figure Sneakers That Instagram account Preachersnsneakers

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Peril on Both Sides

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I’m thankful that preachers are increasingly aware of the Bible’s big picture and are preaching accordingly. I’m grateful to see preachers focused on understanding and explaining how the Bible is a cohesive, coherent book, and doing this by exploring the many connections within it. This

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A La Carte (June 19)

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I spent a bunch of time this morning scrolling through endless lists of books and found some neat Kindle deals along the way. Westminster Books has a great new edition of a great old book you may want to check out. How to Choose the Right Seminary: 6 Factors to Consider If you’re thinking

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A La Carte (June 18)

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There’s a fair bit of Piper and Keller in today’s Kindle deals, though some of it is on the high end of bargain territory. Still, there are deals to be had. If you’re into podcasts, or even if you’re not, you may enjoy the new show “Extremities.” Episode one was just fascinating. David

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Practicing the Present

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This week the blog is sponsored by Moody Publishers. John Koessler is an award-winning author and teacher who served on the Moody faculty for 25 years. In his new book, Practicing the Present: The Neglected Art of Living in the Now (Moody, 2019), he addresses how to evade the tyranny of past

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Love Is Not Heavy-Handed

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Whatever else we learn about church life, we learn quickly that it will at times come with conflict. We are, after all, sinful people attempting to share community with other sinners. It’s inevitable that problems will arise, inevitable that there will be angry words, unfortunate

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