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Reagan’s Roundup (6/26)

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:

6 Tips for Christian Content Creators to Prevent Burn-Out

Emma offers some very helpful suggestions for Christian content creators.

4 Ways Not to Be a Jerk Online

“The Puritan Thomas Watson once said that a humble Christian ‘studies his own infirmities, and another’s excellencies.’ If we reverse the order—studying our own excellencies and another’s infirmities—we will likely grow a platform. We just might lose our souls.”

Hofstadter’s Law and How to Get Better at Estimating Time

We are terrible at estimating how long things will take us to do. This article offers some simple tips on how to get better at it.

Summer reading for middle school students: The Wilderking

“I’m not saying that these books are “as good as” Narnia, whatever that might mean. If Narnia is the Gospels/Acts/Revelation, then this is 1 Samuel. But really The Wilderking is more along the lines of How to Train Your Dragon, but with a Christian world view–and I mean that as a high compliment! If you have kids and you want to read them a series of books this summer that you’ll find engaging, you won’t do better than these.”

How iOS 14 Is About to Transform Your iPhone’s Home Screen

“The iPhone Home screen hasn’t changed since Steve Jobs first showed it off in 2007. Come fall 2020, iOS 14 will drastically shake things up with a few features that will be familiar to anyone who used an Android device in the last few years.”

My Interview on The Local Youth Worker Podcast.

Earlier this week Reformed Youth Ministries released an interview I did with John Perritt on the subject of post-pandemic productivity.

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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