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A La Carte (October 2)

In the present day’s Kindle offers embrace fairly a protracted listing to work by.

Westminster Books has the bottom value I’ve seen on the brand new Puritan documentary.


The Saddest Phrase

Janie Cheaney writes concerning the saddest phrase—one we’re all too aware of.

America: A Little one Pornocracy

Rod Dreher: “I nonetheless can’t recover from the large story in Sunday’s New York Occasions concerning the explosion in little one pornography within the age of the Web: final yr, investigators discovered over 45 million movies and pictures of kid pornography on the Web — over twice what had been reported within the earlier yr.” He shares among the horrible actuality of the story.

The Altering Use of “Evangelical” in American Historical past

It’s attention-grabbing to see how the phrase “evangelical” has modified in its use and that means over time.

The Solar Units on We

I moderately loved this profile of the corporate WeWork. It tells how the corporate went from a Silicon Valley darling to 1 that has needed to withdraw its IPO. Notice, there are a number of dangerous phrases alongside the way in which.

I Saved Going

I totally loved this story of a kid who ran the mistaken race, however received anyway.

The Brokenhearted Pastor

“We should and will pastor sometimes with broken hearts. And that’s not wrong. It’s required. We need more pastors who know what it’s like to occasionally weep. We need to learn how to pastor with a broken heart.”

10 Issues You Ought to Find out about ‘The Pilgrim’s Progress’

Philip Ryken shares 10 issues it is best to learn about Bunyan’s masterpiece.

Flashback: 5 Methods To Lose the Battle Towards Sin

The center is deceitful and desperately depraved. One of many methods such deceit manifests itself is thru convincing us that we now have battled a sin and put that sin to demise when actually we now have completed nothing of the type.

A La Carte (October 2)

The Christian leads by instance, not power, and is to be a mannequin who invitations a following, not a boss who compels one. —John Stott

A La Carte (October 2)

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A La Carte (October 2)

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