Around the Web (2/19)
- “Begin by making a provocative statement about race, religion, politics, other social issue, matter of judgment, or the like, then step back and watch while the unrestrained and undisciplined scratch and claw at one another.” Neal Pollard encourages us to be careful on social media (and beyond). “In an attempt to be clever, relevant, and cutting edge, could we instead be alienating, divisive, and polarizing?”
- Aaron Earls pulls the curtains back on the not-so-silent marriage killer: your tone. How you say things can make all the difference.
- Chuck Lawless lists and briefly expounds on fifteen types of leaders who worry him.
- Adam Faughn asks, “Wouldn’t it be a shame if somebody never found Jesus because of the insensitivity of one who claimed to be one of His followers?“
- Kindle deal: Hero of Heroes: Seeing Christ in the Beatitudes (Duguid, $1.99).
NOTE: eBook deals come and go very quickly online. Links to sales are not blanket endorsements. As with everything from any human author, comparison with the Scriptures to “see if these things are so” (Acts 17:11) is highly encouraged.