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Only One More Day Left for Domestic Kingdom!

April 14, 2014 Devotional Mundane

The time has finally come! Domestic Kingdom will be taken offline starting on Tuesday. (Is this announcement confusing? See this post for a brief explanation.) Quick! One last time- check out all the outstanding content on applying the gospel to the mundane from a few dozen contributors!

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Gospel Amnesia book trailer

December 9, 2013 Good Reading

I’ve written before about my friend Luma Simms‘ book Gospel Amnesia. Now you can watch the book trailer!

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75 years of gospel-centered publishing

November 13, 2013 Good Reading

What Does It Mean to Be Gospel-Centered? from Crossway on Vimeo. To celebrate their 75th anniversary of gospel-centered publishing, Crossway has a gift for YOU… Crossway is giving away the ESV Study Bible Web App for FREE through the end of November. This award-winning resource features the study notes, maps, charts, illustrations, and theological articles […]

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No More Obstacles, Barriers, Suspicion, Distrust, or Grudges

October 1, 2013 Good Reading
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Because of Christ, nothing can separate you from the love of God. We can have fellowship with God forever– forever baffled by the immeasurable riches of his grace in kindness toward us in Christ Jesus. In the following list of obstacles from this excerpt of Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ Fellowship With God, consider all the ways Jesus […]

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Talking Horses, Marsh Wiggles, and Discipleship

September 24, 2013 Good Reading
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I’ll never forget the far off look in my Arabic tutor’s eyes when he told me his thoughts on the latest Narnia book he had read. Someone had loaned him the first book and he was on the third or fourth book. He said this: I keep reading. And I keep thinking. I think: These […]

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Book Recommendation: Housewife Theologian

August 28, 2013 Good Reading
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A quick skim through an Internet search or a shelf at the bookstore will reveal resource after resource dedicated to teaching the art of homemaking. This is wonderful, especially for people like me who have to look up “how to boil an egg” every time I want to make boiled eggs. But this new book […]

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Book Recommendation: Comforting Hearts, Teaching Minds

August 22, 2013 Good Reading
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If you use The Heidelberg Catechism in your own devotions or your children’s, you’re going to pinch yourself in disbelief when I tell you about the resource Starr Meade has created. Comforting Hearts, Teaching Minds is the kind of resource that will impact your life on a daily basis, and not simply because it is […]

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Book Recommendation: Weakness is the Way

May 29, 2013 Good Reading
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Even just the title of this book flies my heart straight to Jesus, kindling afresh my desire to see him as he is. I’m reminded each day that only God’s strength can sustain and empower me for service, yet I’m tempted to desire worldly strength. JI Packer’s new book, Weakness is the Way: Life with […]

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Lauren Chandler’s foreword for Glimpses of Grace

May 1, 2013 Good Reading
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I’m so thankful for my friend Lauren Chandler, who wrote this in her foreword for Glimpses of Grace: “This is sustaining grace, this is the desired haven: to know his steadfast love that saves and keeps us. Glimpses of Grace is not a how-to. It is a true friend’s invitation to see and know the […]

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Christ’s Glorious Mercy vs. All Our Worst Sins

April 19, 2013 Good Reading
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Richard Sibbes considers the infinite and the finite in his perspective on the sufficiency of Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross: “It is no less mercy than glorious mercy that will satisfy us when our conscience is distressed; and if this will not, what will? Let Satan join with conscience to aggravate our sins as much […]

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Book Recommendation – Not by Sight

April 5, 2013 Good Reading
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When I was in college I nearly lost an eye in a construction accident. A bunch of us from church were smashing our clumsy thumbs as we hammered framing nails to build a house for a low-income family. A co-laborer’s stray framing nail ricocheted off the wood and through the air, piercing through my right […]

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One Friend’s Bold Book Recommendation

March 25, 2013 Good Reading
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by Gloria Furman As the kids’ paper chain calendar countdown gets shorter and shorter, my Things To-Do list seems to get longer and longer. Isn’t it funny how that happens? We’re packing up for a month-long trip to the States, making our first stop in Orlando for The Gospel Coalition National Conference. One might imagine […]

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