Here are the items and resources of interest for September 9, 2019:
After a rather lengthy absence, the Daily Roundup is back in operation. I hope to be more faithful in the future. I trust these helpful resources on theology and tech will benefit you.
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- Do you ever feel like you have wandered away from the Lord? We are warned about our propensity to drift by the writer to the Hebrews (Heb. 2:1-4). Listen to this helpful encouragement from Dr. Ligon Duncan.
- Remember the Sabbath Day! That is not merely a suggestion for the church today. It is, in fact, a command. Read more about the subject from Tony Arsenal.
- The diligent use of the outward means of grace is discussed in this helpful article.
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Here are the items and resources of interest for July 24, 2017:
- For you Samsung users: one of the nice apps that I have discovered is Samsung Sidesync. This app, combined with the PC or MAC version will allow you to access your phone right from your laptop or desktop. It is a simple setup, but if you need help there is a video you can watch. You can drag and drop files from PC to your device (and vice-versa). You can also send text messages directy from your laptop or desktop as well. In short, whatever you can do with your phone you can also do on the PC or MAC as it is connected to your phone. The app: Android
- A REMINDER about MileIQ, an app I use every day to track my miles used for ministerial purposes. It works automatically. No need to write down miles (or remember to do so). You can use it for all business travel and classify each drive accordingly. Get it for Android or iOS.
- When I was in seminary it seemed that the idea of a standing desk was a big deal. This article by CNET tells you about five things to consider before making that move.
- Now you can use a wallet to charge your phone. I doubt that this will catch on.
Here are the items and resources of interest for July 4, 2017:
- Nick Napier, a friend, and graduate of Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary writes a helpful and though provoking article.
What is wrong with this? Why is it wrong to “hearken back” to when things were simpler and outwardly more “noble?” Why is it wrong to fantasize that you were born in/live in medieval or Victorian or Edwardian Eras? (For whatever reason, these seem to be the two of which I see most Christian pining.) What is wrong with longing for a bonnet and suspended trousers? Well, there are several reasons Christians should not romanticize time periods or particular cultures:
- New books you should know — a list compiled by The Gospel Coalition.
- It is the 4th of July so this article should be of interest to someone.