Here are my seven picks for your weekend reading enjoyment:

1. Moonshine or the Kids? Nicholas Kristof reveals the heartbreaking darkness surrounding human poverty.

2. Public prayer is always subversive…

3. The Ten Best Cities for the Next Decade

4. An interview with Tullian Tchividjian on the relationship between the gospel and the law. Very helpful!

5. Did Simon Cowell create a culture of meanness? Newsweek thinks so.

6. The most harmful drinks in America. (I didn’t know a drink could have more than 2000 calories!)

7. J.D. Greear joins the discussion on David Platt’s book, Radical, and offers some helpful insight.

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3 thoughts on “Trevin's Seven”

  1. I want to subscribe to Kingdom People. thank you

  2. Dan says:

    If your drink has less than 2000 calories you aren’t trying!

    ;)

  3. Trevin Wax says:

    Joan,

    Enter your email address on the right-hand side bar under “Updates by Email.” Then go to your email and confirm that you want to receive Kingdom People. That’s all there is to it.

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