The Way – Review

I’m a pastor. I have a Bible. I have a shelf full of Bibles. I’ve even read some of them. So why would I bother to review yet another Bible? Because I’m a pastor. It’s nice to have a variety of translations around to see how different passages...

Empty Promises – Review

I’m a fan of Pete Wilson. He’s comes across as a pretty down to earth guy in his preaching (you can catch him online at Cross Point Church) and on his blog and Twitter. So when I had the chance to review his second book Empty Promises, it was quite easy to...

Glorious Mess – Review

The story of Jonah is an interesting view of a wrestling match with God about following his call on our lives and seeking to live out what we want to do. Often we overlook how the story reflects on our lives today. This will come to an end when you read Glorious Mess:...

Flirting with the Forbidden – A review

I’ve recently begun reviewing books sent to me by Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. The first book I received was Flirting with the Forbidden: Finding Grace in a World ¬†of Temptation¬†by Steven James. Often when you pick up a new book you might look to see who has...

Book Review – Reframing Hope

Reframing Hope: Vital Ministry in a New Generation Carol Harold Merrit I first learned about Carol Harold Merrit doing research on the feelings of Gen-X’ers in the church. I found her book, Tribal Church, and resonated with her views on how people of my...

Christ Clone Trilogy

I just finished reading the third book of James BeauSeigneur’s Christ Clone Trilogy Acts of God. It had been about a year since I read the second book, but got back into the story pretty quickly. All three books are extremely well written, and I believe that...