Weekend Reading

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman ($2.99)

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Kain ($2.99)

The Elements of Style by William Strunk ($2.99)

First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong by J Hansen ($1.99)

Thomas Jefferson (Author of America) by Christopher Hitchens ($1.99)

The Gospel and Personal Evangelism by Mark Dever ($0.99)

How to Set Up Your Desk: A Guide to Fixing a (Surprisingly) Overlooked Productivity Problem by Matt Perman ($4.99)

An Approach to Extended Memorization of Scripture by Andrew Davis ($0.99)

I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating True Story of a Young Woman’s Journey to reclaim Her Heritage by Mary-Ann Kirkby ($1.99)

Check out

7 Things To Consider Before Sharing Online

The Foundation of Christian Joy

4 Characteristics of Earnest Preaching

So Your Child Is Dating a Non-Christian

A Word To The Introverted Pastor: Be Extroverted on Sunday

Thinking About Vocation (not Vacation)

Finding Hope for An Often-Fatal Genetic Disorder

Who Is The Most Important Person In Your Church

The Pastor’s Wife Who Went Crazy

Life As An Ordinary Pastor’s Kid

The Pastor’s Kid: My Happy Childhood

Special Friendship Between Preschooler and WWII Veteran

22 Facts About Sleep That Will Surprise You (Infographic)


Two outstanding podcasts on Faith and Mental Illness from Michael Horton.

Podcast 1: Faith & Mental Illness

Podcast 2: Darkness is My Only Companion

See Michael’s recent blog post on the issue and also this Faith & Mental Illness Study Kit.


Inspire Her Mind

Unique Surf Photographer

Triple Lightning Strike On Chicago’s Tallest Buildings

Technology Cannot Replace Love

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  • Jake Schwartz

    I read “How to Set Up Your Desk” by Matt Perman, applied its principles to my own work desk, and one of my bosses noticed how clean it was. I explained the principles in the book about using desk space to organize workflow, and he went and applied the same principles to his desk! At $4.99 the book more than pays for itself in terms of productivity.