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Reagan’s Roundup (5/29)

Welcome to this week’s edition of Reagan’s Roundup!

Here are some links to fuel your journey toward being a more productive Christian.


  • On the Blog: My Audio/Video Gear
  • On the Podcast: I took this week off for Memorial Day. But I’ll be back with a new episode this coming Monday.

Now, for what’s happening on the web:

How Should a Man Live?

My good friend Miska and I have started a new podcast. We’ve just released the first installment of How Should a Man Live?

This program is our attempt to biblically assess the nagging dissatisfaction with modern life that we, and other men we have talked to, experience. We go back to Scripture to examine life in the light of creation and the new creation to come. Who were we made to be? What were we made to do? Where is humanity heading in God’s plan? And how should that impact how we choose to live today?

Help! My Husband Lacks Ambition

Some biblical and practical wisdom to an issue many Christian wives face. “My husband doesn’t have a lot of ambition. I’m working hard to keep things running smoothly at home along with putting in hours at work to make sure our ends meet. I know God has given him to me, but sometimes it’s hard to respect and honor him.”

Tools for Better Thinking

If you’ve ever used a pros/cons list to make a decision, you’ll be intrigued by this “Collection of thinking tools and frameworks to help you solve problems, make decisions and understand systems.”

True Contentment

“An unbelieving world searches for contentment in places where it can never be found. Wealth, power, prestige, and temporal pleasure all hold a strong allure, but they only cultivate our thirst for more. They end up becoming the source of more dissatisfaction rather than the solution to it.”

Am I Called to Be a Pastor?

John MacArthur gives a good answer to a tough question.


Slave of Jesus Christ, husband, father, and Director of Digital Platforms at Grace to You. I also blog for The Master's Seminary.

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