Five Ways to Go Wrong with Church Discipline | Parchment and Pen Blog
Pair with the next link.
5 Prayers for When Conflict Strikes | TGC | The Gospel Coalition
Seem to always be in need of these prayers.
Sacrifices by Fire | Gentle Reformation
I went paperless a few years ago but I still didn’t have the strength and logic to do what Barry York did – burn all his old sermons.
Dear Graduate | Desiring God
Dear Graduate, read the next link too.
How My Family Escaped The College Rat Race
With one son in college and the other beginning, I’m always grateful for families who share their encouraging stories of doing college on a budget.
Connected Fools | Nathan W. Bingham
Always worth listening to Ligonier’s social media expert when he talks technology.
Legalism(s) – Reformation21 Blog
Legalism expert (that’s a compliment), Mark Jones, splits legalism into a number of different categories. If it doesn’t catch you one way, it’ll sneak up on you some other way.
The Trouble With Gay Marriage
This was written by an atheist, and he makes some good points; but his explanation is incomplete. Gay marriage is not about gay marriage. It’s a desperate attempt to silence the voice of God’s condemnation in their consciences by using marriage to put a stamp of state and societal approval on their unions and relationships. And when that is not enough – and it won’t be – then they will try to silence every single Christian who still says, “This is wrong.” And even if every nation puts its stamp of approval on them, and they manage to stamp out every Christian voice of opposition, they will never silence or stamp out the voice of God within.
Bella’s Gift: How One Little Girl Transformed Our Family and Inspired a Nation by Rick Santorum $0.99.
Gods at War: Defeating the Idols that Battle for Your Heart by Kyle Idleman $2.99.
Killjoys by John Piper $2.99.
More Kindle books at great prices here.
Recommended New Book
Developments in Biblical Counseling by Cameron Fraser $5.99.
Also endorsed by J I Packer. Cameron knows his subject, writes simply and clearly, and assesses positions in a fair and balanced way. This book will help readers navigate the different approaches in biblical counseling.
Can’t find embed links for this, but you can see the video conversation here.