Did You Know That Charles Spurgeon Struggled with Depression?
“It comes as a surprise to some that Charles Spurgeon had a lifelong battle with depression. His reputation as a famed and powerful preacher, his cheery wit, and his cigar-smoking manliness might lead us to imagine there could never be a chink in his Victorian Englishman’s armor. It shouldn’t be a surprise, of course: being full of life in a fallen world must mean distress, and Spurgeon’s life was indeed full of physical and mental pain.”

Learning the Biblical ABCs of Emotional Intelligence
“As Christians, we have scores and scores of resources for renewing our minds and taking every thought captive to the gospel. Yet, as Christians, we don’t spend as much time thinking about, nor do we have many solid biblical resources on renewing our emotions or taking every emotion captive to the gospel. With this dearth of resources in mind, I’ve collated 6 of my writings on emotions into a free PDF document: ”

3 ways to disciple our children in an age of confusion
“The culture is speaking loud and clear. We must be louder and clearer. Three ways we can do this well is to tell, tune in, and talk:”

The Danger of Neglecting Beauty
“In my experience, many Christians are strongest in their desire for truth and goodness, with beauty running a distant third. But when we neglect the pursuit of beauty, we neglect pursuing one of the primary qualities of God.”

Wheaton College Wins Court Battle Over Obama’s Birth Control Mandate
“Another judge signaled a win for religious liberty by barring the federal government from forcing the christian school to pay for employee birth control.”

The Difference between Guilt and Shame
“Though Guilt and Shame are twins, born in the garden, only moments apart, they aren’t identical. Guilt is usually tied to an event: I did something bad. Shame is tied to a person: I am bad. Guilt is the wound. Shame is the scar. Guilt is isolated to the individual. Shame is contagious.”

Kindle Books

Why I Am Not An Atheist by David J. Randall $2.99.

The Work of Christ: What the Events of Jesus’ Life Mean for You by R. C. Sproul $2.39.

Adoniram Judson by Jason G. Duesing $0.99.