Morning Mashup 10/06

Morning Mashup

A daily mashup of book recommendations, articles, and videos for your information, edification, and enjoyment.


Under Our Skin: Getting Real about Race. Getting Free from the Fears and Frustrations that Divide Us | Benjamin Watson | $7.99


Bloodlines: Race, Cross, and the Christian | John Piper | $17.77


Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. | Bryan Loritts | $13.89



Abortion Returns to the Debate | The Atlantic

Emma Green: The issue finally came up at the vice-presidential debate on Tuesday night, showing why religion and conscience are important in this election.

Dear Engaged Couple | CBMW

Grant CastleberryChrist went through the worst suffering and heartache that a man could possibly endure for his glorious bride, laying his life down for her. And so we must remember that at the most fundamental level, marriage is not about the fairy tale, but the love of Christ for us.

Should Evangelicals Vote for Clinton or Trump? | Medium

Matthew Lee AndersonThe nearer the election comes, the sharper the pressure will be upon those who have assumed the #nevertrump mantle to either flip and endorse Trump or offer our vote to Hillary.

Turning 40 While Single and Childless | TGC

Bethany JenkinsFour weeks shy of turning 40, I’m still single and childless. “Barren”—a description that was laughable to my 28-year-old self—may turn out to be true.

Why I Love Being a Pastor | TMU

John MacArthur: In spite of the challenges, there is no more-privileged calling than that of being a minister of Jesus Christ. Local church ministry can sometimes be difficult, but the rewards far outweigh the challenges. I can think of at least ten reasons to rejoice in the privilege of serving as a pastor of a local church.

Seven Key Reasons People Choose a Church | Thom Rainer

I am grateful to Pew Research for their massive study on the behavioral patterns of members and guests. In their most recent study, the respondents noted seven key reasons for choosing a church. They were allowed to offer more than one reason. Here are the top seven responses…


Should I ‘Like’ Someone’s Grief?


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