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Urgent Prayer Request for Iain D. Campbell
Many of you will know Dr. Iain D. Campbell through his books, preaching, and lectures. Please pray for Iain as he is currently in critical condition in a Glasgow hospital after suffering a cardiac arrest on Sunday evening.

How to Write a Book: 10 Ridiculously Simple Steps
“The hard part of writing a book isn’t getting published. With more opportunities than ever to become an author, the most difficult part of writing now isn’t publishing your work. It’s writing it in the first place.”

On Christian Retirement
“Many people believe retirement means withdrawing from work or labor in order to enjoy life to the fullest without obligation, commitment, or worry. You can do what you feel like doing whenever you want to do it. Retirement is all about you. It is a reward for all your hard work. This isn’t the attitude toward retirement we see in the Bible.”

God Wants You to Get Some Sleep
“Last year, the Centers for Disease Control declared sleep deprivation a public health problem, with 30 percent of adults getting fewer than six hours of sleep a night.”

Gospel Hope in Hookup Culture
“A brand-new book, American Hookup, by sociologist Lisa Wade shows that boundaries-free sexuality is now the dominant force in shaping campus sexual culture. Wade’s text, driven by reports from students themselves, shows that many are bewildered and broken by modern sexual codes. Wade believes the solution to this reality is to dive further into hookup culture. ‘We need to say yes to the opportunity for casual sexual encounters,’ she argues, and to ‘a way of being sexual that is forward-thinking and feels good’ (25, 246).”

What if You Aborted a Future Janitor?
“The utilitarian view of human life has no place in the Christian worldview, and we should give it no place in our efforts against abortion, as powerful or convicting as we think those arguments are.”

Words Matter: Recovering Godly Speech in a Culture of Profanity
“I’ve been astonished by the amount of profanity that I’ve encountered in recent months, especially from Millennials and teens. I hear and see it with greater frequency than ever before– kids on the soccer field, workers in the neighborhood, friends and acquaintances (and their kids) on social media, and on I could go. I’m not the only one who has noticed this steep rise in profanity. ”

New Book

Reclaiming Hope: Lessons Learned in the Obama White House About the Future of Faith in America by Michael R. Wear

Kindle Deals

Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe by Sarah Mae and Sally Clarkson ($1.99)

Christian Worldview: A Student’s Guide by Philip Graham Ryken ($2.99)


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