Here’s a timely free resource from John Piper, “Coronavirus and Christ”. It’s available as a free eBook, audio book (read by John Piper himself), and for purchase in paperback. The audio is available below if you wish to listen to it here.
Here’s a great deal on a handful of Bible commentaries. I was recently introduced to the Christ-Centered Exposition Commentary series. Each chapter of each volume ends with discussion and reflection questions. These would be a great for use in a small group setting or to deepen your personal study of the Bible. The series is […]
Sometimes we’re tempted to think that God isn’t answering our prayers. Is this the case? Does God go silent at times, even when our circumstances tell us we need Him most? While recently reading J.I. Packer’s book Knowing God I came upon this passage in which he speaks of the believer’s assurance in light of […]
“Follow your heart” sounds great until you realize “your heart has sociopathic tendencies.” Don’t Follow Your Heart is a new book by Jon Bloom that looks like a much needed read. Download the ebook for free here or purchase the paperback at Amazon.com.
I recently finished reading Life Together, a classic work from Dietrich Bonhoeffer on Christian community. It’s made it onto my list of titles I need to re-read every couple of years. Here are just ten quotes that challenged and encouraged me. Where the heart is not singing there is no melody, there is only a […]
Often when I’m reading an ebook I use the highlight feature to mark passages that I’d like to review again later. This helps me pay closer attention to what I’m reading. It’s also encouraging to look back later to see what first caught my eye. Kevin DeYoung’s book Taking God At His Word was an […]