Welcome to this week’s edition of Reagan’s Roundup!
Here are some links to fuel your journey toward being a more productive Christian.
Now, for what’s happening on the web:
Been loving this free Bible reading accountability app.
From the developers, “Our simple app allows you to share a picture of what you read each day and have a conversation about it with everyone in your small group. Every day is an opportunity to encourage, listen, and deepen our relationships with each other and with Christ. By immersing ourselves in the Scriptures and consistently walking in the Spirit we will be transformed into His likeness (2 Cor. 3:18).”
This profile of John Stott’s habits is fascinating.
“Bible reading was followed by intercession, conducted with the aid of a leather notebook containing names and issues for prayer, and stuffed with letters and pamphlets.”
NotePlan 2 is a unique approach to productivity software. It combines your calendar and task management tools in a very cool way. I’m on a two-week trial with it, and so far really like it.
This from John MacArthur, “We don’t want to remain spiritual children, perpetually stuck in infancy. We don’t want to be weak, vulnerable, and immature. Nor do we want to be ignorant about God’s truth, because we want to fully glorify Him for everything He has done. We want to appreciate Him in all His fullness, knowing and loving Him thoroughly. If that’s the goal, then how do we get there? How do we respond to the Word in a way that drives that progress?”
And we’ll finish today’s edition with something cool.
“The Roman roads diagram project is a series of maps driven by an unconventional idea: what if we represented Ancient Rome’s famed road network in the style of a modern transit map?”
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