Long gone are my days of reconciling expenses in the check register to a print bank statement at the end of the month. Instead, I’ve been tracking daily expenses in real time since May 2015 with the app You Need a Budget (YNAB). YNAB is a philosophy (with newly released accompanying book) as much … Continue reading App Review: You Need a Budget
Tempo is an iOS training log for runners. It’s simpler than apps like Runtastic and Runkeeper, but it more than makes up for its fewer features with an excellent visual layout—the best of any running app I’ve seen. Tempo doesn’t track runs in real time, but it pulls data from the iOS Health app. It’s … Continue reading App Review: Tempo Training Log for Runners
Runtastic has probably the best running app on the market. And there’s no shortage–Strava, MapMyRun, Endomondo, Runkeeper, etc. I’ve been using Runtastic for a couple years now–first on an iPhone 5C and now an iPhone SE. Runtastic is cross-platform: it has an Android app, as well as a Web interface you can access from any Internet-connected device. … Continue reading Exercise App Review: Runtastic
Today is February 8, which can only mean one thing: International Septuagint Day. Happy LXX Day! Take some time to read part of the Septuagint today, in Greek or English. Here are few more links to explore: A short history of Septuagint Day A review of Karen Jobes’s guided Septuagint reader If you’re flush … Continue reading February 8: Happy International Septuagint Day!
Head over to appealtochristians.com to see “Appeal to Christians Regarding President-Elect Donald Trump.” I’m honored to be joined by more than 30 Christian faith leaders who have signed the letter. The appeal culminates in this five-point commitment and call to action: 1. We will pray for President-elect Trump, elected officials, our nation, our churches, … Continue reading Appeal to Christians Regarding President-Elect Trump
Zondervan’s NIV Application Commentary series is on sale again (today is the last day), with each of the ebooks selling at $4.99. I really liked Psalms vol. 1 in this series. There are a lot of really good volumes in NIVAC, including some e-bundles available now. All the Table of Contents now are hyperlinked, … Continue reading NIV Application Commentaries, $4.99 Each
A second new American Football track has just released today. It’s one of the songs Mike Kinsella teased at on Instagram nearly half a year ago. It sounds almost nothing like the first song, and yet it sounds like everything you’d hope American Football could be. (You’ll have to forgive the melodrama. I’m more … Continue reading This Is Better Than Anything Apple Could Announce Today
Congrats to Daniel Saunders, the winner of the Scrivener iOS giveaway! Enjoy the app, Daniel–it’s a good one. Here‘s my mini-review of the app, if you want to see what the hype is about. Thanks for all who entered! You can get the app here.
Scrivener for iOS continues to receive rave reviews in the App Store. For good reason. Here‘s my mini-review of the app, if you want to see what the hype is about. Today I’m posting just to say I’ve got a free download code to give away to one lucky reader. To enter … Continue reading Scrivener iOS App: $19.99, Win it Here Free
Word count is by no means the best measure of effective writing, but it’s a useful metric for tracking your progress. The Mac Word Counter app by Christian Tietze lives in the menu bar and automatically tracks your word count across apps. This is especially helpful for us writers who can’t seem to settle on … Continue reading Word Counter App for Mac OS X