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The Archer and the Arrow | Phillip Jensen & Paul Grimmond | $1.99
No Guts No Glory: How to Build a Youth Ministry that Lasts | Alan Stewart | $2.99
Millennials Don’t Need Your Cool | Jon Nielson
That generation we call the “millennials” – individuals born between 1980 and 2000 – has been the subject of millions of words written in the recent years…particularly words written by Christians. How do we reach this generation? What are they looking for in churches? Why do so many of them, even those raised in Christian homes, seem disillusioned and frustrated with the local church?
ESV Permanent Text Edition | esv.org
All future Crossway editions of the ESV, therefore, will contain the Permanent Text of the ESV Bible—unchanged throughout the life of the copyright, in perpetuity.
Review of ‘Being There’ | Paul Martin
Dave Furman has written a helpful little book for the church. Being There is just what it sounds like—a how-to manual to care for the hurting. It may seem like this is unnecessary for Christians, what with the gospel and the indwelling Spirit and all that, but Dave has lived through suffering in the first person so he writes from the perspectives of the both a sufferer and one who has caused suffering in others.
Hell Makes Sense | Curtis Allen
One dad’s honest perspective.
What Should Happen When You Read Scripture | Aaron Armstrong
If the Word is living and active, it’s going to change us. If it penetrates to the soul, we’re going to be different. That change might take an instant, or it might take decades. But regardless of how long it takes, we will be changed. You can always count on that.
Majority of Americans Are Still Reading Print Books | Pew Research
Take that, Tim Challies.
The Christian Response to Gender Dysphoria | Andrew Walker
If God made men and women fundamentally and comprehensively different, then the idea that a man could ever become a woman (or vice versa) is simply impossible. The differences between men and women can’t be overcome simply because one person feels they’re a member of the opposite sex. Your psychology (feelings) cannot change your ontology (being).