Hello, and welcome to another edition of “Links I Like,” a weekly collection of links and stories that impacted me in some way during the past week. Let’s get right to it!
Perhaps the most overused word in all the English language is the word “awesome.” We call people, places, and moments awesome without any real regard for the true meaning of the term. In fact, the word is so colloquial that it’s almost a slang word now. It’s lost its meaning. In the same way, we’ve lost our awe.
What follows is a complete list of all the books I’ve read this past year. They’re listed alphabetically, as I’m trying to refrain from “ranking” them as opposed to recommending them in general.
Another week has come and gone, but thanks for making “Links I Like” part of your weekend. I pray these stories are enriching and encouraging.
I think there are only three types of books out there: those that entertain you, those that educate you, and those that expunge you. In case you were wondering, Paul Tripp’s Dangerous Calling is most assuredly in that last group.
Take the time to read this grieving, grace-filled statement from pastor and counselor Paul Tripp.