It’s not often that I get to review a product that considers itself a ministry. But this review is that review. The people behind this ministry understand me. They know that the list of books I have to read will only get longer and longer while my time to read them gets shorter and shorter. Yet they, like I, know that they hold treasure troves of helpful insight for my soul. That’s why Accelerate Books was started.[Read more…] about Accelerate Books Review – A Review
During the pandemic, I have really struggled with focus and being productive. So I turned to Tim Challies’ book Do More Better for help.
Although Tim’s book wasn’t my first foray into the world of productivity, nor even ‘Christian productivity’, I knew that I had stopped many of the positive habits I had acquired in the past, and I needed a revision.[Read more…] about Do More Better [Book Review]
‘The Irresistible Revolution: Living As An Ordinary Radical’ by Shane Claiborne [Saturday Morning Review]
I love reading a book that has me stopping to copy-paste quotes almost every page— it’s enjoyably annoying.
The Irresistible Revolution was one of those books for me and I am really excited to be sharing it with you today.
The Western Evangelical Church’s obsession with eschatology has grown about out of bounds. Eschatology is important, but the focus should not be on trying to prove one view over another, nor should the focus be on the devastation of God’s wrath. The focus should be on the anthem of the kingdom we find ourselves in: Jesus wins!
Let me start off by saying I am very picky when it comes to fiction books, even more so when it is fantasy or sci-fi. So when I recommend this book as a 5 out of 5, know that I mean it. The Name of the Wind is the first book of the currently incomplete KingKiller Chronicle series where magic is beautifully discussed and the hero, who may not always be the hero, fights his way through life.
They discuss their recently released book, Prayer: Forty Days of Practice. This isn’t your typical devotional and certainly not your typical interview.
This was one of our most favorite interviews on the podcast — to date!