Morning Links: Including NT Wright's New Book and Kindle Deals

Take a look at a few kindle deals that might be good for your summer reading list:

Surprised by Scripture by NT Wright You can pre-order Wright's new book on Scripture issues (Comes out in June) that will include: evolution, the ordination of women, and the environment. Sure to be controversial.  

Can I have Joy in My Life? and How Can I Develop A Christian Conscience. Two books from R.C. Sproul's crucial questions series. They're  free today!

Christians Get Depressed Too by David Murray (4.99) Dr. Murray is professor of OT at Puritan Seminary and his blog has been a great example of what a Christian teacher/blogger can be. His aim to help those struggling with depression is a great step forward for the church, and the reformed camp. 

Stop Asking Jesus Into Your Heart by J.D. Greer (.99) Greer gives readers a look at what the Bible has to say about the assurance of salvation. It's been a hit for a while with good reason. 

Creature of the Word: The Jesus Centered Church (2.99) Matt Chandler and Co. are on a mission to show how the gospel impacts our ministry and how we do it.  

Broken Down House: Living Productively in a World Gone Bad by Paul David Tripp (1.99) Does sin affect our productivity? Tripp answers yes and shows how grace helps us to be productive and joyous even in our hectic world. 

God on Sex: The creators ideas about Love, Intimacy and Marriage by Daniel Akin (2.99) A Southern Baptist Pastor looks at what Scripture has to say about making whoopie! 

And now for some links:
 8 Lessons on Evangelism from Proverbs by David Murray I just mentioned Murray's book and blog and this is just another great example of his wisdom applied to evangelism.

Frozen is about sisterhood, not feminism My new favorite blog is Acculturated. It's dedicated to talking about virtue and vice in pop culture. This is a great look at the theme of sisterhood in the movie Frozen.

10 of the Best Free Apps for Ministry and Christian Living Baptist 21 gives you their list of great-FREE-resources.

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