Dipping into the Community Pool: October 21

We enjoyed listening to David and Shona Murray share their experiences with depression and burnout, which you can also listen to below.  Also, Stephen Nichols discusses Luther’s Catechism for children while standing outside Luther’s home in Germany. David and Shona Murray: Two Broken People, One Great Physician Dr. Murray is a pastor as well as […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: October 14

Here is a sprinkling of items we think you will find interesting and helpful, from Harvey Weinstein to gender dysphoria.   What the Church Can Learn from Weinsteingate There are lots of lessons for the church to be mined from the Harvey Weinstein scandal. David Murray sheds light on a few important ones for us. […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: October 4

There’s a lot of important topics this week, from the death of Hugh Hefner to the shooting in Las Vegas.  We’ve also included an important video on human trafficking, another on Luther’s 95 theses, and yet another on memorizing Scripture. One Man’s Dream Destroyed Millions: The Pitiful Legacy of Hugh Hefner Hugh Hefner, the founder […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: September 23

Here’s a small collections of items that caught our attention this week. Spurgeon and the Hurricane of 1878 “Charles Spurgeon can offer encouragement to those struggling in the storm. On Sunday, March 24, 1878, a hurricane struck London. At around 4:00 PM, Spurgeon was mediating on Scripture when the silence was broken “by the noise […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: September 18

There’s a lot to share this week, from the Protestant Reformation to Sally Quinn’s shocking admission that she’s an occultist. A short and sweet account of how the Protestant Reformation began. In the same vein, here’s an interesting article on Tetzel and his views on purgatory. “Don’t Be Caught Without a Confession” by Michael Reeves […]

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Dipping into the Community Pool: September 7

We watched the eclipse from a rest stop in Kentucky, where the scene reminded me of an old sci-fi-fi movie—people standing transfixed with their eyes looking upward as if space aliens were descending, as a strange twilight pall covered the earth.  What fun!  If you missed it, you’ll find a clip below where you can […]

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Community Pool: August 21

Today we offer a broad mix of interesting subjects and events from around the world along with a beautiful song by the Gettys. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Eclipses The Great American Eclipse is today! The moon’s shadow will cut a wide swath right through the center of the country to the delight, […]

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Community Pool: August 4

Free is good! Amazon is offering both Pilgrim’s Progress (Part One and Part Two) and Holy War as free downloads for Kindle. These are modern English versions and include the original illustrations. Holy War also includes The Life of John Bunyan by William Brock. These two modern English editions will enable another generation to experience […]

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Community Pool: July 11

Here’s our latest roundup for your summer reading and viewing.  Don’t miss the Luther giveaway over at Ligonier.   Ligonier is offering Luther and the Reformation by R. C. Sproul as a free download for one week. We’ve watched it and it’s great!  You can grab it here. In a day when multitudes are enthusiastically […]

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Community Pool: June 12

There’s quite a mix to offer you this week, from a Puritan conference to a very funny video entitled “Swag Seminary.”  And don’t miss Andy Naselli quoting the entire book of Romans from memory. Why Do We Lie? Ryan Reeves discusses our propensity for lying along with the motivation behind it. Lectures at the recent […]

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