Odds and Ends

post date: December 11, 2008

**We just sent out the final sermon in the three-part series from Psalm 103. Although it went out to over 5200 people, we have no idea how many will actually receive it because we continue to have problems getting it to the Inbox of all those people. AOL has been blocking the sermons for the last month. We are cautiously hopeful that we have a workable solution. 

**By the way, the sermon is called If God is Sovereign, What Then? 

**Check our our first-ever Christmas podcast called Follow the Christmas Star.

**Since the new KBM website debuted in March, we have had 238,000 visits from 200 countries.

**Looking for some good online Bible commentaries? Check out BibleCentre.org for an outstanding collection of free online resources covering every book in the Bible. 

**Ray Ortlund, Jr. writes an excellent blog called Christ is Deeper Still.

**What does good leadership look like? The general in charge of the British Army writes about Character and Leadership in an Age of Image. Hint: It’s all about integrity. 

**Finally, I love this quote from John Newton about spiritual growth:

Remember, the growth of a believer is not like a mushroom—but like an oak, which increases slowly indeed—but surely. Many suns, showers, and frosts, pass upon it before it comes to perfection. And in winter, when it seems to be dead—it is gathering strength at the root. Be humble, watchful, and diligent in the means, and endeavor to look through all, and fix your eye upon Jesus—and all shall be well.



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