3 Reasons We Don’t Preach Gospel-Centered Sermons
“It’s just a theory, but perhaps the reason so many preachers who read all the gospelly books and blogs, listen to all the gospelly podcasts, and follow all the gospelly Twitter accounts still struggle to preach gospelly sermons is because they are not in regular communion with the Christ who is the center.”

Has Your Child Been Looking at Bad Stuff Online?
Tim guides us through these painful discoveries.

How to Teach Your Teen to Study the Bible
“Most teens are missing basic tools to help them read and learn the Bible on their own. By guiding them in some basic study methods, you can position them to use devotional and topical material with far better discernment and far greater benefit, as those types of resources assume a firsthand knowledge of the Bible many teens have not yet developed.”

Better Late than Never – Thoughts on Deathbed Conversions
“In the last couple of weeks I have come across two men who professed faith just before their deaths, which has prompted me to think about the subject. Here are some thoughts, in no particular order.”

How to Form a Christian Mind in a Digital World
Greg Bailey reviews a book containing much common grace wisdom.

How Anxiety Can Feed Anger, Irritability, and Frustration
“Physical or medical considerations notwithstanding, there is always something going on in our heart in relation to God at the time we experience anxiety. We are never fully passive, but our heart (the control center) is always active. It’s always choosing between the lesser and the greater. Martha chose her to do list over Jesus. When your anxiety is provoked, what do you chose?”

Announcing: A Visual Theology Guide to the Bible
Very much looking forward to this. Sign up to pre-order and receive bonus material.

3 Ways Churches Coddle KidZ and StudentZ
“They lament the unintended consequences of an over-protective culture that shields people from reality, ideas, diverse thinking, and risk. They wisely conclude that coddling hampers growth and development. Reading the book made me think about parenting, kid’s and student ministry, and the temptation to coddle. Here are three common ways churches can coddle the next generation – either unintentionally or intentionally.”

Kindle Books

Too Good to Be True: Finding Hope in a World of Hype by Michael S. Horton $2.99.

Praying the Bible by Donald S. Whitney $2.99.

18 Words: The most important words you will ever know by J I Packer $2.99.