Saving the Self in the Age of the Selfie | The American Scholar
“We must learn to humanize digital life as actively as we’ve digitized human life—here’s how.”

Advice for Better Bible Memory | Desiring God
Five steps to better memorization.

Do Liberals Always Win? | Russell Moore
Review of Why Liberals Win the Culture Wars (Even When They Lose Elections).

When Your Twenties are Darker Than Expected
Spiritual direction for those experiencing dark times in their twenties.

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.

Growing in Christ by J. I. Packer $3.99.

Note to Self: The Discipline of Preaching to Yourself by Joe Thorn $2.99. I love this book — and the next one. If you are trying to get young people to read, these two books are a good start.

The Discipline of Discernment by Tim Challies $3.99.


Fatherhood in 60 Seconds
Here’s a little Monday morning inspiration for Fathers everywhere.

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  • Otter2

    Thanks for the link on memorization. I fail privately and get so discouraged and then recite back to myself what I have retained and get encouraged again. It’s hard especially since I want so much to be able to do so much better. :)

    Need to relate a story that the “failing forward” brought to mind — this happened 5 decades ago. My big brother in an assembly was to recite the Gettysburg Address and halfway through went blank. He was maybe 12. He took a deep breath and simply started over again. This was a big audience too. Now, if he only knew Christ.