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Pray for Nepal

Tony Reinke
Pray for Nepal
Saturday afternoon was a dark hour for the people of Nepal. The 7.9 earthquake struck hard, turning the houses into dust in seconds. The historical monumental buildings and some ancient temples were leveled to a stump. The highways were badly damaged. Pray and help are desperately needed. Continue Reading

Lazy Busy

Tony Reinke
Lazy Busy

My children love the zoo. Surrounded by the concrete wilderness, there comes over them a sudden instinct to act and speak and even gyrate in ways that are animal-like. It’s an exercise in mimicry and communication.

Children love connecting with…

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14 Best Books of 2014

Tony Reinke
14 Best Books of 2014

At Desiring God I cherish being surrounded by co-laborors and online friends who treasure great books, and who eagerly celebrate and share the most noteworthy titles as they come along.

In 2014, delicious non-fiction Christian titles ran off presses like…

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Mom Enough (New Book)

Tony Reinke
Mom Enough (New Book)

Are you mom enough?

Time Magazine forced this question into the face of every mother with bold letters above a cover image of a young mother breastfeeding her four-year-old. When the issue hit newsstands, it re-ignited a longstanding “mommy war”…

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Get Alone Undistracted

Tony Reinke
Never Offline. The recent Time Magazine cover was intended to unnerve. The ominous reality is that computers are invading. They are getting strapped and stuck on us, moving into our glasses and our watches. Technology is “attempting to colonize our bodies.” Continue Reading

Joy Designed

Tony Reinke
Joy Designed
Left to ourselves, we are stuck in the mud of our *total depravity* — the centripetal wrapping of our affections around ourselves. We turn away from God for our joy, and choke ourselves with the slavery of self-glory. Continue Reading

The World’s Joy-Tragedy

Tony Reinke
The World’s Joy-Tragedy

In his classic book Mere Christianity, C. S. Lewis delivers a profound insight into the psychological engine that pulls along the drama of history. “All that we call human history — money, poverty, ambition, war, prostitution, classes, empires, slavery…

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