Devotional Acts: Paul Carter, guest blogging for Tim Challies gives a great idea for putting value into old Bibles.
Theology: The Atlantic has an interview with Pastor Tim Keller of New York’s Redeemer Presbyterian.
Economics: Canada has a surprise rise in its unemployment rate.
Christmas: A very good Christmas advert from a hardware store in Wales:
Christian Living: I don’t know what God is doing, but God knows what He’s doing.
Leadership: Trust is non-negotiable in Christian Leadership.
Revitalizing Churches: We need pastors to revitalize churches, Thom Rainer discusses why some pastors don’t want to take up the job.
Culture: Apparently culture is now telling me it’s insanely bad to give someone you love an (expensive) exercise bike.
Books: Rebecca McLaughlin reviews Richard Dawkins’ most recent book.
Reading: Tim Challies publishes the 2020 reading challenge.
Venezuela: The economic crises continues as students don’t eat, and teachers go to more lucrative jobs, like painting nails.
Politics: The New York Times does an examination of the Bible Study leader for US president Donald Trump’s cabinet.
Theology: George Sinclair explains that God does not love unconditionally.
More Theology: This month’s Credo magazine deals with the issue of universalism (will all be saved?).
Shameless plug: The Church-planting ministry of my local church will have a booth at next year’s T4G conference in Louisville.
Iran: Pray for Iran as they go through some of the worst political violence in 40 years.
Theology: J.D. Greear reflects on how God saves us for His glory.
Blogging: Tim Challies meditates on the continued value of Christian blogging. Maybe I should write real blogs.
Christian Practice: GetReligion draws attention to the way Religious practice can be misunderstood publicly.