Kindle Deal of the Day: Mirror Ball: Living Boldly and Shining Brightly for the Glory of God by Matt Redman. $1.99.
In Mirror Ball, Redman eloquently illustrates why passion is more than a song or a feeling. It’s a story of guts and glory, pain, and purpose. For anyone ready to follow Jesus, passion is a way of life.
When you argue and win, your brain floods with different hormones: adrenaline and dopamine, which makes you feel good, dominant, even invincible. It’s a the feeling any of us would want to replicate. So the next time we’re in a tense situation, we fight again. We get addicted to being right.
My friend, Chris Brauns, has a new book out – Bound Together: How We Are Tied to Others in Good and Bad Choices. Here’s an online quiz he has created to test your knowledge. (And there’s a way to win a copy of the book.)
Ken Braddy – Top 5 Ways to Shrink Your Bible Study Group:
I’m just guessing, but I bet your goal in leading a Bible study group isn’t to see it shrink. One of your goals should be to grow your group and see new people become a part of it. Here are several things you might do that will unintentionally shrink your group…
In the weirdest online dating service of all time, a computer freak-accident hooked up the two unlikeliest people on planet earth: Rob Bell and John MacArthur. MacArthur is big on using biblical images, analogies and pictures rather than modern illustrations. So is Rob Bell.