Featured Articles on Trans·formed This Week When Parents Ask the Wrong Questions (Marc Cortez): The Gospel should change the way that we approach our families, our children. We don’t need to ignore the important issues that I mentioned above, but they shouldn’t be our only, or even our primary, concern. Instead, we should be ultimately concerned […]
Thanks to the generosity of B&H Academic, we have two more great books to give away this week. This time, they’re both focused on the importance of families, ministering to the families in our churches today, and even seeing the church itself as a family: Perspectives on Family Ministry: Three Views (B&H, 2009) and When the Church Was […]
Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s contest to win two books on the Reformation. But there can only be one winner. And this week’s winner is… Darren Hanson Congratulations Darren! Send me an email with your contact information, and I’ll get those books shipped right over to you.
I forgot to post a reminder yesterday about this week’s book giveaway. So I’m going to give you one more day to get in on the action. If you’d like to win a couple of books about the reformation, make sure you submit your name today. And stay tuned for our next giveaway, which I’ll […]
Some years ago, Atlantic Monthly published an article entitled, “Is Google Making Us Stoopid?” In it, Nicholas Carr made a compelling case that the internet is having a far more profound effect on our thinking than any of us realize. Skimming from one idea to another has the potential of remapping our neural circuitry. We […]