About those “20 Minutes of Action”: 20 Things We’d Better Tell Our Sons Right Now About Being Real Men | Ann Voskamp
“The culture of boys will be boys — means girls will be garbage and you were made for more than this, Son. ”

His students were struggling, so he ‘flipped’ his classroom. Then everything changed. | Robby Berman, Upworthy
“After 12 years as principal of Clintondale High School, Greg Green had a bad feeling: He knew his school was failing its students…”

The Weight of Glory: C. S. Lewis’s Remarkable (and Surprising) Sermon | Justin Taylor, TGC
Justin introduces the first post on the Evangelical history blog which is 75 Years Ago Tonight: C. S. Lewis Delivered a Sermon in Oxford on “The Weight of Glory”

10 Pointers for Preaching a Touchy Issue | Peter Mead, Biblical Preaching
“Sometimes we have to preach something that is potentially controversial or that may not go down too well.  Here are ten pointers to help when that is necessary.”

Russell Moore to Justice Conference: Don’t be Silent on Unborn, Sexuality, and Hell | Chelsen Vicari, Juicy Ecumenism
“During his twenty-eight minute discussion, Moore boldly laid out what it looks like to be a Gospel-centered social justice warrior. He tackled issues ranging from racial injustice, human trafficking, and refugees. But it was his mention of the sanctity of unborn life, sexual ethics, and the reality of Hell that had some in the room squirming uncomfortably in their seats.”

Christian Funerals Can Be Too Happy | Constantine Campbell, Desiring God
“Sometimes our Christian funerals are too happy. Yes, we believe our loved one is with Jesus. Yes, we believe that he or she will rise again. We do not grieve as those without hope. But we still grieve. If Jesus weeps for Lazarus, who he knows will not stay dead for long, it is appropriate that we weep for those who have died. They are with Jesus, but we will not see them again in this life. We will not speak with them or embrace them again here. It is right to grieve — with hope, yes — but still grieve.”

Why Go to Church? 50+ Things You Miss Out On By Not Attending Church | Kevin Halloran
“According to recent Pew Research data, only 35% of American Christians consider attending religious services as an essential part of their faith. Only 28% listed ‘helping out in your congregation’ as essential. The majority of self-proclaimed Christians do not know how to answer the question, ‘Why go to church?’”

Kindle Books

For your non-Kindle book buying needs please consider using Reformation Heritage Books in the USA and Reformed Book Services in Canada. Good value prices and shipping.

Enola Gay: Mission to Hiroshima by Gordon Thomas and Max Morgan-Witts ($1.99)

Getting Things Done with Evernote by Daniel LeFebvre ($2.51)

Effortless Reading: The Simple Way to Read and Guarantee Remarkable Results by Vu Tran ($2.99)

The Conviction to Lead: 25 Principles for Leadership That Matters by Albert Mohler ($2.99)

The Marrow of Modern Divinity by Edward Fisher ($4.99). Vital companion to Sinclair Ferguson’s The Whole Christ.

New Book


Pulpit Aflame: Essays in Honor of Steve Lawson edited by Joel R. Beeke and Dustin W. Benge. See video below


Pulpit Aflame: Essays in Honor of Steve Lawson

  • KevinHalloran

    Thanks for sharing my article! That book of essays on Lawson looks interesting too.